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Use "confabulator" in a sentence
"He was a great "confabulator," she says, with affection, more beholden to complicated truths than plain facts."
"It would be nice to keep the "serial exaggerator/confabulator" drumbeat."
"And so, when the next great question arises, the Englishman may again make the Times his crony and confabulator, just as he would more likely, through general sympathy of notions and feelings, to take counsel with private acquaintances who had erred with him in predicting success to the South, rather than with those who had dissented from him in desire and expectation."