fictionalising love


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  • v. Present participle of fictionalise.


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  • We move to a city brickbox and already I'm fictionalising the gaps.

    Please Take

  • Wolper's penchant for fictionalising real lives, such as the series Lincoln (1974), brought rebukes from critics and historians.

    David Wolper obituary

  • Unless you have actually been being there helping and are fictionalising your own experience - you need to research it or you will just get it all wrong.

    Snell-Pym » 100 Stories For Haiti

  • There could never be any fictionalising in editing the Nixon Interviews because we were dealing solely with Nixon's own words, spoken by him.

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  • She remembered her saying, What I've done is to throw together events from my own life, fictionalising to add colour- it's a pot boiler really, but I think it will show how isolated a person feels when he is suffering a breakdown....

    Sylvia Plath's Son Kills Himself

  • If submerging yourself in a fictional world or a real world you are fictionalising for several hours a day doesn't feed something in you then, as you suggest, it's just another chore.

    :Acquired Taste

  • Arrogant white private school fellows "outraged" by Robert Mugabe's "excesses" to the point of fictionalising them so that they suit their preferred realities...

    Robert Mugabe 85th Birthday Bash.

  • They might not take kindly to somebody fictionalising it, I thought, and so inadvertently giving away clues.

    Here Lies Gloria Mundy

  • For Swedish readers this may be more satisfying, since he appears to be fictionalising modern Swedish history through conspiracy.

  • "Paradoxically," she concludes, "fictionalising the story may have helped me get closer to the truth."

    NYT > Home Page


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