Definitions

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  • adverb In a fictional manner.

Etymologies

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fictional +‎ -ly

Examples

  • A clever fellow with a camera and an imagination can become an instant hero on Youtube, just in fictionally creating that one image alone.

    Hey, what do these twelve legislators have in common? - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • LL: Each of these books postulates the particular organization of a small society and then places one character within it … in each case a young character … whose role, fictionally, is to uncover the flaws that are jeopardizing the group to which he/she belongs, and to try to “fix” that world.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » INTERVIEW: Lois Lowry, Part 2

  • books and movies that came out showing the president "fictionally" being assasinated.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • I know people who definitely don't want to fictionally visit weird landscapes.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Kay Kenyon

  • Please don't make me fictionally live through a favorite character or sub-character being raped.

    Paranormal Romances

  • A means to writing something fictionally expedient but creatively satisfying.

    Unsent Letter « Write Anything

  • While some marginal interest might be added by dramatizing this phenomenonthroughattributing positions to fictionally depicted characters, finally not much about the controversy over new atheism is really illuminated by dressing it up as fiction rather than addressing it more straightforwardly through analysis and explication.

    May 2010

  • Science fictionally to pin him down you could say he is working somewhere between Ballard and Cordwainer Smith.

    MIND MELD: What's the Best Story to Never Win a Hugo?

  • While some marginal interest might be added by dramatizing this phenomenonthroughattributing positions to fictionally depicted characters, finally not much about the controversy over new atheism is really illuminated by dressing it up as fiction rather than addressing it more straightforwardly through analysis and explication.

    The Reading Experience

  • While some marginal interest might be added by dramatizing this phenomenonthroughattributing positions to fictionally depicted characters, finally not much about the controversy over new atheism is really illuminated by dressing it up as fiction rather than addressing it more straightforwardly through analysis and explication.

    The New Equivocation

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