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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfigmentfig‧ment /ˈfɪɡmənt/ noun   a figment of somebody’s imagination
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figmentWhether the circle of churches exists, or whether it is a figment of a map-maker's imagination remains to be seen.True, the commercially successful electric car is still a figment.No one ever turned up such a child, whose existence seems to have been yet another figment of fertile right-wing imaginations.Suddenly, it seemed utterly unbelievable, a mere figment of her dreamlike state.He was a ghost I carried around inside me, a prehistoric figment, a thing that was no longer real.
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