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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfictitiousfic‧ti‧tious /fɪkˈtɪʃəs/ ●○○ adjective  FALSEnot true, or not real syn imaginary a fictitious address fictitious characters
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fictitiousYet the popular traditions from which such stories presumably came were not always totally fictitious, and can not be simply ignored.But all these superstitions are really altogether on a fictitious basis.The setting is a fictitious island in the Chesapeake River.Your little friendship lamp is now a lighthouse in the fictitious Midwestern city of Springfield.For the purposes of this chapter I have given the four schools fictitious names.Does such a fictitious person have a reputation which it can protect by the law of defamation?The show, which depicts eight officers patrolling the fictitious town of El Camino, debuted March 3.
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