fabrication

Part of speech: noun

FABRICATOR.

Part of speech: noun

The act of fabricating; structure; fabric; invention; falsehood.

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Usage examples "fabrication":

  1. The mere fact that Union Mills had at one time patched his trousers with an old flour sack legibly bearing that brand of its fabrication, was a tempting baptismal suggestion that the other partners could not forego. - "On the Frontier", Bret Harte.
  2. " I think that your uncle's story is a mere fabrication. - "Hector's Inheritance or The Boys of Smith Institute", Horatio Alger.
  3. When the murmurs of admiration had died away, she arose, and in her languid manner especially prepared for the public, told her audience a long, though interesting fabrication, of how she first discovered she was possessed of this blessed spirit- power; how she had at first doubted it, and endeavored to free herself from its possession; but finally saw that it could not be forced from her. - "The Spiritualists and the Detectives", Allan Pinkerton.