from The Century Dictionary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Fictitious.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective obsolete
- adjective obsolete Addicted to or characterized by
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The hospital situation in this country is dispicable but to somehow create a whole website creating some kind of fictious link is disgusting.
There is nothing wrong with threatening your kids with a very scary horrible fictious creature that may or may not eat children with ketchup.
Where are all those fictious jobs you say you have created?
We live in a time with ficticious election results that elect fictious presidents.
Why would Hilliary who has a brilliant mind and fantastic work record want to meet with someone who could'n t finish her first term as governor and wrote a fictious book?
The more non fiction I write, the more I need to commit to writing challenges such as Fiction Friday to indulge and play in the fictious side of my writing personae.
We live in a time when we have a man sending us to war for fictious reasons.
Remember that the next time Obama talks about a war with a fictious enemy.
Most posts are loaded with spelling errors. ok so here is the deal - we are looking at whether this movie is factual or fictious.
In order to clear his good name and rteurn to the bosom of his family, Good Cop Guy decides to become his sons favorite fictious comic book superhero, The Cape.