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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfictivefic‧tive /ˈfɪktɪv/ adjective American English  IMAGINEimaginary and not real the fictive world of James Bond
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fictiveTo achieve this transformation from the status of unwelcome stranger to that of fictive kinsman calls for great tact and patience.It happens sometimes that the fictive marriage turns into a real one, but that depends on the couple.The Red Studio and the views of Matisse at work show an artist exploring the relationship between real and fictive worlds.
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