fictitious definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, regarding, or characterized by fiction; imaginary.
    • Accepted or assumed with regard to convention: a fictitious belief.
    • followed or thought to be able to deceive: a fictitious name.
    • maybe not really thought or felt; sham: greeted me personally with a fictitious enthusiasm.
    • maybe not real; invented; contrived.
    • Feigned; imaginary; maybe not genuine; fabulous; fake; false; not genuine.
    • adopted to deceive
    • formed or conceived by the imagination
    • Of, relating to, or characterized by fiction; imaginary.
    • Accepted or thought in the interests of convention: a fictitious belief.
    • Adopted or presumed to deceive: a fictitious title.
    • Not truly thought or believed; sham: greeted me with a fictitious passion.
    • perhaps not real; devised; contrived.
    • Feigned; imaginary; maybe not real; fabulous; fake; false; not real.
    • adopted to be able to deceive
    • created or conceived by the imagination
    • Of, relating to, or characterized by fiction; imaginary.
    • Of, associated with, or characterized by fiction; imaginary.
    • Accepted or presumed in the interests of meeting: a fictitious belief.
    • Accepted or believed in the interests of convention: a fictitious belief.
    • Adopted or assumed to be able to deceive: a fictitious name.
    • Adopted or thought being deceive: a fictitious title.
    • maybe not genuinely thought or felt; sham: greeted me with a fictitious enthusiasm.
    • perhaps not really believed or felt; sham: greeted me personally with a fictitious enthusiasm.
    • maybe not sincere; invented; contrived.
    • perhaps not real; created; contrived.
    • Feigned; imaginary; not real; fabulous; counterfeit; untrue; perhaps not real.
    • Feigned; imaginary; not real; fabulous; counterfeit; untrue; perhaps not real.
    • Of, associated with, or described as fiction; imaginary.
    • Accepted or assumed with regard to convention: a fictitious belief.
    • followed or presumed being deceive: a fictitious name.
    • perhaps not truly thought or thought; sham: greeted me personally with a fictitious enthusiasm.
    • maybe not real; conceived; contrived.
    • adopted so that you can deceive
    • followed being deceive
    • Feigned; imaginary; not genuine; fabulous; counterfeit; untrue; maybe not genuine.
    • created or conceived by the imagination
    • formed or conceived because of the imagination
    • Of, concerning, or characterized by fiction; imaginary.
    • Accepted or presumed in the interests of meeting: a fictitious belief.
    • Adopted or believed so that you can deceive: a fictitious name.
    • Not really thought or felt; sham: greeted me with a fictitious passion.
    • maybe not sincere; invented; contrived.
    • followed being deceive
    • Feigned; imaginary; maybe not genuine; fabulous; counterfeit; untrue; not real.
    • formed or conceived by the imagination
    • adopted to be able to deceive
    • formed or conceived because of the imagination
    • Of, relating to, or characterized by fiction; imaginary.
    • Accepted or assumed in the interests of meeting: a fictitious belief.
    • Adopted or believed being deceive: a fictitious title.
    • maybe not really believed or felt; sham: greeted me personally with a fictitious passion.
    • Not genuine; created; contrived.
    • Feigned; imaginary; perhaps not real; fabulous; counterfeit; untrue; maybe not genuine.
    • followed so that you can deceive
    • formed or conceived because of the imagination
  • others:
    • related to or comprising fiction; imaginatively produced or set forth; created by the imagination: since, a fictitious hero; fictitious literary works.
    • present just in imagination; feigned; not the case or genuine: because, a fictitious claim.
    • Counterfeit; untrue; not real.
    • Assumed as real; taking the place of one thing real; regarded as real.
    • related to or comprising fiction; imaginatively created or set forth; developed by the imagination: as, a fictitious hero; fictitious literary works.
    • Existing just in imagination; feigned; incorrect or genuine: since, a fictitious claim.
    • Counterfeit; untrue; maybe not genuine.
    • Assumed as genuine; using the place of anything genuine; considered real.
    • regarding or composed of fiction; imaginatively created or established; produced by the imagination: as, a fictitious hero; fictitious literature.
    • regarding or composed of fiction; imaginatively produced or set forth; developed by the imagination: because, a fictitious hero; fictitious literature.
    • current only in imagination; feigned; untrue or genuine: because, a fictitious claim.
    • Existing just in imagination; feigned; untrue or real: because, a fictitious claim.
    • Counterfeit; untrue; perhaps not genuine.
    • Counterfeit; false; maybe not genuine.
    • Assumed as real; using the place of anything genuine; regarded as real.
    • Assumed as genuine; using the host to some thing genuine; considered real.
    • Pertaining to or consisting of fiction; imaginatively produced or set forth; created by the imagination: as, a fictitious hero; fictitious literature.
    • present just in imagination; feigned; not true or real: since, a fictitious claim.
    • fake; untrue; maybe not real.
    • Assumed as genuine; taking the place of one thing genuine; seen as genuine.
    • related to or consisting of fiction; imaginatively produced or set forth; developed by the imagination: since, a fictitious hero; fictitious literary works.
    • Existing just in imagination; feigned; not the case or genuine: since, a fictitious claim.
    • Counterfeit; false; maybe not genuine.
    • Assumed as real; using the place of some thing genuine; considered real.
    • related to or comprising fiction; imaginatively produced or set forth; produced by the imagination: since, a fictitious hero; fictitious literature.
    • Existing just in imagination; feigned; incorrect or genuine: since, a fictitious claim.
    • Counterfeit; false; maybe not real.
    • Assumed as real; using the host to one thing genuine; considered real.

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