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Fabled

ˈfeɪ.bəld

Meanings of Fabled:

adjective

Famous, especially by reputation.

Usage examples:

A fabled art collection
verb

Tell fictitious tales.

Usage examples:

I do not dream nor fable

Fables

ˈfeɪ.bəl

Meanings of Fables:

noun

A short story, typically with animals as characters, conveying a moral.

Usage examples:

The fable of the sick lion and the wary fox
verb

Tell fictitious tales.

Usage examples:

I do not dream nor fable

Fabliau

ˈfablɪəʊ

Meanings of Fabliau:

noun

A metrical tale, typically a bawdily humorous one, of a type found chiefly in early french poetry.

Usage examples:

One may dispute that the french fabliaux are pornographic

Fabliaux

ˈfablɪəʊ

Meanings of Fabliaux:

noun

A metrical tale, typically a bawdily humorous one, of a type found chiefly in early french poetry.

Usage examples:

One may dispute that the french fabliaux are pornographic

Fabling

ˈfeɪb(ə)l

Meanings of Fabling:

verb

Tell fictitious tales.

Usage examples:

I do not dream nor fable
noun

A short story, typically with animals as characters, conveying a moral.

Usage examples:

The fable of the sick lion and the wary fox

Fabric

ˈfæb.rɪk

Meanings of Fabric:

noun

Cloth or other material produced by weaving or knitting fibres.

Usage examples:

Heavy cream fabric

Meanings of Fabricated:

verb

Invent (something) in order to deceive.

Usage examples:

Officers fabricated evidence

Fabricates

ˈfæb.rɪ.keɪt

Meanings of Fabricates:

verb

Invent (something) in order to deceive.

Usage examples:

Officers fabricated evidence

Fabricating

ˈfæb.rɪ.keɪt

Meanings of Fabricating:

verb

Invent (something) in order to deceive.

Usage examples:

Officers fabricated evidence

Fabrication

ˌfæb.rɪˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Fabrication:

noun

The action or process of manufacturing or inventing something.

Usage examples:

The assembly and fabrication of electronic products

Fabrications

ˌfæb.rɪˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Fabrications:

noun

The action or process of manufacturing or inventing something.

Usage examples:

The assembly and fabrication of electronic products

Meanings of Fabricator:

noun

A person who invents or produces something false in order to deceive someone

Usage examples:

He’s an admitted plagiarist and fabricator., she will fight to prove that she is not a fabricator.,…

Fabrics

ˈfæb.rɪk

Meanings of Fabrics:

noun

Cloth or other material produced by weaving or knitting fibres.

Usage examples:

Heavy cream fabric

Fabulate

ˈfabjʊleɪt

Meanings of Fabulate:

verb

Relate invented stories.

Usage examples:

We fabulate; we make up a story to cover the facts we can't accept

Fabulist

ˈfæb.jə.lɪst

Meanings of Fabulist:

noun

A person who composes or relates fables.

Usage examples:

Though a self-proclaimed australian writer, carey is a fabulist who does not write in any recogniza…

Fabulists

ˈfæb.jə.lɪst

Meanings of Fabulists:

noun

A person who composes or relates fables.

Usage examples:

Though a self-proclaimed australian writer, carey is a fabulist who does not write in any recogniza…

Meanings of Fabulous:

adjective

Extraordinary, especially extraordinarily large.

Usage examples:

Fabulous riches

Fabulously

ˈfæb.jə.ləs.li

Meanings of Fabulously:

adverb

Extremely well; wonderfully.

Usage examples:

We all seemed to be getting on fabulously

Facade

fəˈsɑːd

Meanings of Facade:

noun

The principal front of a building, that faces on to a street or open space.

Usage examples:

The house has a half-timbered facade

Facades

fəˈsɑːd

Meanings of Facades:

noun

The principal front of a building, that faces on to a street or open space.

Usage examples:

The house has a half-timbered facade

Meanings of Face:

noun

The front part of a person's head from the forehead to the chin, or the corresponding part in an animal.

Usage examples:

She was scarlet in the face and perspiring profusely
verb

Short for typeface.

Meanings of Face like:

idiom

To look extremely angry

Usage examples:

She suddenly came into the room with a face like thunder.

Meanings of Face off:

phrasal verb

Start a game by a face-off

Meanings of Face the music:

idiom

Accept the unpleasant consequences of one's actions

phrase

Be confronted with the unpleasant consequences of one's actions.

Usage examples:

We would later have to face the music over our bold moves

Meanings of Face-card:

noun

The front of the head, where the eyes, nose, and ...

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