Definition of "fabulists" [fabulists]

  • A person who invents or recounts fables (noun)
  • A person who lies or falsifies (noun)
  • Plural form of fabulist. (noun)

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Use "fabulists" in a sentence
  • "Surely no other writer in any century can claim a following that includes Irish rebels, Latin American fabulists and Christian apologists."
  • "Mr. Updike and Mr. Mailer wounded him so, because neither one of them can be called fabulists; neither one is in the camp of Samuel Beckett or the late-period James Joyce."
  • "Her name occasionally resurfaces in stories about other fabulists masquerading as journalists, such as Jayson Blair and Stephen Glass."