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- n. One who writes, studies or recites fables frequently; often professionally
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Various folks are making runs through a fabulator for silly resolutions, and a few are adding serious ones.
He was a famous raconteur: the younger Seneca calls Pedo _fabulator elegantissimus_ at _Ep_ CXXII 15-16 when repeating one of his anecdotes.
V v 5 & X xx (xix) 10); this fits well with the younger Seneca's description of Albinovanus as _fabulator elegantissimus_.