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  • n. Plural form of fabulation.


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  • Are you going to allow the microphone to be dominated with the weeping milk-tears of egg-handed fools who will simply rehash old discussions of the Talmud of Mr. Tawky Tawny or shall we look towards a brighter day to come and inquire after new scripts, songs, fashions and fabulations?

    Boing Boing

  • Towards the end, Jordan writes in a way that might even betray that most un-Wheel of Time quality, ironic self-awareness ‘so many fabulations drifted out that telling reality from nonsense became difficult’, 363.

    Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time 10: Crossroads of Twilight (2003)

  • In the wake of this devastation - which the show documented with artworks in various styles, from academic heroics to the symbolist fabulations of Moreau and Puvis de Chavannes - Impressionism emerged as an art of the quotidian, a painting that did not reassert eternal verities but documented the changes and variations that comprise ordinary life.

    Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: First Impressions

  • Her analytical fabulations about health care legislation have single-handedly stymied reform on two occasions.

    Dickipedia: Betsy McCaughey

  • The ad agency is in the business of constructing huge fabulations, and if one of their executives is a fabulation himself, that is of little interest.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • The Museum of Natural and Artificial Ephemerata is meant to replicate the experience of visiting wunderkammern—those curiosity cabinets popular in the 17th century which were the precursors of our modern museumsand of dime museums, in which fraudulent fabulations were often exhibited.

    Nebula Awards Weekend: Saturday

  • "Geographically absurd fabulations" that end up "rendering a work irritating or campily amusing".

    Gifts from Elsewhere

  • His childhood home, Danzig, and his broad and suggestive fabulations were to reappear in two successful novels criticising civilisation,

    Günter Grass - Biography

  • A story about imaginary worlds does not need to be escapist -- myths, fables, parables, allegories all make use of fantasies and fabulations without letting readers forget themselves or their worlds.


  • He's like a real life pulp hero well, except for the fabulations of course.

    Giant squid news


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