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Definition of "fabricated" [fabricated]

  • Invented (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of fabricate. (verb)

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  • Constructed or assembled (adjective)
  • False in the sense of made-up, constructed (adjective)

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Use "fabricated" in a sentence
  • "Mr. Hashemi, a senior member of Iraqiya, remains in the semiautonomous Kurdistan region, where he sought refuge since December from what he called fabricated charges and a sectarian-motivated vendetta by Mr. Maliki."
  • "Britney Spears has hit out against Star Magazine and ex-husband Jason Alexander for what she calls a fabricated story claiming her boyfriend, Jason Trawick, beats her."
  • "In a news conference earlier this month, he waved a patch of Astroturf to decry what he called fabricated opposition to the Democrats 'health-care efforts."