Fictitious

  • 21fictitious — adjective fɪkˈtɪʃəs Not real; invented; contrived. St. Mary Mead is a fictitious village from the books of Agatha Christie. Syn: imaginary, invented, contrived …

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  • 22fictitious — See factitious. See factitious, fictitious …

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  • 23fictitious — Synonyms and related words: affected, apocryphal, artificial, assumed, bastard, bogus, brummagem, chimerical, colorable, colored, concocted, cooked up, counterfeit, counterfeited, created, deceptive, delusive, delusory, dishonest, distorted,… …

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  • 24fictitious — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. imaginary, fictional, fictive; feigned, false. See imagination, deception. Ant., factual. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. made up, invented, untrue, counterfeit; see false 2 , 3 , imaginary , legendary… …

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  • 25fictitious — fic·ti·tious || fɪk tɪʃəs adj. fictional; false, counterfeit; imaginary, invented, made up; having no factual base; of or pertaining to fiction …

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  • 26fictitious — [fɪk tɪʃəs] adjective 1》 not real or true; imaginary or invented. 2》 relating to or denoting the characters and events found in fiction. Derivatives fictitiously adverb fictitiousness noun Origin C17: from L. ficticius (from fingere contrive,… …

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  • 27fictitious — a. 1. Feigned, invented, imaginary, fanciful, unreal, purely ideal. 2. False, counterfeit, spurious, supposititious …

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  • 28fictitious — adj 1. feigned, simulated, pretended, affected, assumed, put on, faked; disingenuous, insincere, supposititious; false, spurious, counterfeit, sham, ungenuine, unauthentic, pseudo, bogus, fake, Inf. phony; artificial, synthetic, made out of whole …

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  • 29fictitious — fic·ti·tious …

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  • 30fictitious — adjective Syn: false, fake, fabricated, bogus, spurious, assumed, affected, adopted, invented, made up; informal pretend, phoney Ant: genuine …

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  • 31fictitious — [fɪkˈtɪʃəs] adj invented and not real or true …

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  • 32fictitious — fic•ti•tious [[t]fɪkˈtɪʃ əs[/t]] adj. 1) created, taken, or assumed for the sake of concealment; not genuine; false 2) of, pertaining to, or consisting of fiction; created by the imagination • Etymology: 1605–15; < L fictīcius artificial… …

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  • 33fictitious — Founded on a fiction; having the character of a fiction; pretended; counterfeit. Feigned, imaginary, not real, false, not genuine, nonexistent. Arbitrarily invented and set up, to accomplish an ulterior object …

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  • 34fictitious — Founded on a fiction; having the character of a fiction; pretended; counterfeit. Feigned, imaginary, not real, false, not genuine, nonexistent. Arbitrarily invented and set up, to accomplish an ulterior object …

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  • 35fictitious — Imaginary; not real; counterfeit; false; not genuine. State v Tinnin, 64 Utah 587, 232 P 543, 43 ALR 46, 48 …

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  • 36fictitious — adj. 1 imaginary, unreal. 2 counterfeit; not genuine. 3 (of a name or character) assumed. 4 of or in novels. 5 regarded as what it is called by a legal or conventional fiction. Derivatives: fictitiously adv. fictitiousness n. Etymology: L… …

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  • 37Fictitious entry — Fictitious entries, also known as fake entries, Mountweazels, ghost word[1] and nihil articles, are deliberately incorrect entries or articles in reference works such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, maps, and directories. Entries in reference… …

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  • 38Fictitious capital — is a concept used by Karl Marx in his critique of political economy. It is introduced in the third volume of Capital. [cite book last = Marx first = Karl author link = Karl Marx title = Capital, volume III url =… …

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  • 39fictitious defendants — When a party suing (plaintiff) is not sure whether there are unknown persons involved in the suit, they are given fictitious names, usually designated Doe I, Doe II, and so forth, with an allegation in the complaint that if and when the true… …

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  • 40Fictitious defendants — are real persons a plaintiff believes it has a cause of action against in a lawsuit who, for one reason or another, cannot be identified by the plaintiff before a lawsuit is commenced. As the statute of limitations for many torts such as medical… …

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