Definition of "fabrication" [fab•ri•ca•tion]

  • To make, build, or construct (verb)
  • To devise, invent, or concoct (a story, lie, etc) (verb)
  • To fake or forge (verb)
  • The act of fabricating, framing, or constructing; construction; manufacture (noun)

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  • That which is fabricated; a falsehood (noun)

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Use "fabrication" in a sentence
  • "Another difference is that I don't see this, um, "talent" of Brown's to be a good thing, based as it is in fabrication and flattery."
  • "If proven, McClanahan's fabrication is an insult to the real heroes in the Army today - brave warriors whose deeds go completely unnoticed by the American public."
  • "“DRI DUCK works with conservation groups through a variety of alliances and as a result, our design fabrication is the most authentic representation and it serves as a voice for the endangered,” said Cathy Groves, Vice President Marketing for DRI DUCK."