from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Feigned; fictitious.
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The winner of the Cybils middle grade science fict...
Literature / manuscript calls for poetry, fiction, non-fict., kid's lit manuscript calls for poetry, fiction, non-fict., kid's lit
At the opera, his broad, unmeaning fict was usually seen entre deuxjolis minois.
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The Bee, or, Literary weekly intelligencer [microform] : consisting of original pieces and selections from performances of merit, foreign and domestic : a work calculated to disseminate useful knowledge among all ranks of people at a small expense
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