Of or relating to fiction; invented for the purposes of fiction,
Of or relating to fiction; invented for the purposes of fiction
a fictional character
related to or involving literary fiction; "clever fictional devices"; "a fictional treatment of the train robbery"
fabricated: formed or conceived by the imagination; "a fabricated excuse for his absence"; "a fancied wrong"; "a fictional character"
(fiction) a literary work based on the imagination and not necessarily on fact
(fiction) fabrication: a deliberately false or improbable account
Fictional is the name of a German musical project formed by Gerrit Thomas (also known as Rote, or Rote X), serving as a balance between two other projects he is involved in, Funker Vogt and Ravenous. ...
Fiction (Latin: fictum, "created") is any form of narrative which deals, in part or in whole, with events that are not factual, but rather, imaginary and invented by its author(s). ...
(Fiction (band)) Fiction are a four-piece band from London. They formed in early 2009 but have played together in various bands before.
(Fiction (Comsat Angels album)) Fiction was released in 1982 on Polydor Records. It was the Comsat Angels' third album. The album was reissued on CD twice, in 1995 by RPM Records and in 2006 by Renascent, with different track listings (see below). ...
(Fiction (Dark Tranquillity album)) Fiction is the eighth studio album by the Swedish melodic death metal band, Dark Tranquillity and is also the last to feature Michael Nicklasson as their bassist before leaving in August 2008 and being replaced by Daniel Antonsson. ...
(Fiction (Dreams in Digital)) "Fiction (Dreams In Digital)" is a song by Orgy, released as their third single, on March 20, 2001. "Opticon" is their fourth single. The video for Opticon can be seen on the DVD extras to the movie Valentine.
Invented, as opposed to real
(fiction) Literary type using invented or imaginative writing, instead of real facts, usually written as prose; Invention
(Fiction) A story/book based on research and imagination.
(Fiction) literature that is not factually true, but may be based on true events.
(fiction) is an imaginative narrative in any form of presentation that is designed to entertain, rather than explain, argue, or merely describe; specifically a type of literature, especially prose, novels, short stories, plays, and narrative poetry.
(fiction) prose writing that tells an imaginary story. Fiction includes both short stories and novels.
(Fiction) is a term used to describe writing that is not true because it is writing that has been created from an author's imagination. It is usually in the form of a short story or a novel.
(Fiction) Imaginative works of prose, primarily the novel and the short story. Although fiction draws on actual events and real people, it springs mainly from the imagination of the writer. ...
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(Fiction) (from Latin fictio, "a thing made") an account that is not fact--and usually is not presented as fact. Traditionally fiction has been associated almost exclusively with narrative, though there is no philosophical reason that it should be excluded from drama or poetry. ...
(Fiction) A book that tells a make-believe story, even if the story is based on real events or people. Includes both Genre and Literary Fiction.
(Fiction) A story that is made up or is not true or is make-believe.
(Fiction) An creative or imaginative story or fable that does not represent actuality, but has been invented.
(Fiction) Any story that is the product of imagination rather than a documentation of fact. characters and events in such narratives may be based in real life but their ultimate form and configuration is a creation of the author. ...
(Fiction) Anything that is invented or imagined, especially a prose narrative. Although fiction may be based on actual events or personal experiences, its characters and settings are invented. ...