- v. present participle of fabricate.
“There are individuals that have busted their butt in fabricating these items because some Manager has set unrealistic milestones and schedules but what did they get out of it nothing and a lot of them just quit or retired because they had enough.”
“We have absolutely no interest in fabricating things that are so serious, so sad like the ones that are in this report, said Anders Kompass.”
“It appears that the MEK is about to play the same role as the INC in fabricating a case for war against Iran.”
“Advanced memory work consisted in fabricating personalized images, culled from one's experience and arranged in the imagination as a mental theater of memory prompts for the mind's eye.”
“There is nothing "perfectly legitimate" in fabricating a false story about running through sniper fire, and then repeating it over and over.”
“The first thing that you'll notice when reading The Blade Itself is that Abercrombie doesn't spend a lot of time on describing the setting or in fabricating a complex plot.”
“It wasn't the turning point of the match, obviously, but I think to start lying and fabricating is not fair.”
“Marburg, Germany and was aware of the difficulties Becker had encountered in fabricating the tiny converging-diverging nozzles prescribed by Kantrowitz and Grey.”
“While Winston likes his work, especially the intellectual challenge involved in fabricating a complete historical anecdote from scratch, he is also fascinated by the real past, and eagerly tries to find out more about the forbidden truth.”
“Others, whose limited means did not admit of these expensive contributions, offered their gratuitous services in fabricating such articles of tapestry as were needed; arts which the”
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