Definition of Fabulating

1. Verb. (present participle of fabulate) ¹



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Definition of Fabulating

1. fabulate [v] - See also: fabulate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fabulating

fabricatress
fabrick
fabricked
fabricks
fabricless
fabriclike
fabrics
fabrile
fabry's disease
fabry-perot interferometer
fabs
fabular
fabulate
fabulated
fabulates
fabulating (current term)
fabulation
fabulations
fabulator
fabulators
fabulise
fabulised
fabulises
fabulism
fabulist
fabulistic
fabulists
fabulize
fabulized
fabulizes

Literary usage of Fabulating

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1. The Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland, Containing Descriptions of by John Macculloch (1824)
"I have suggested elsewhere, that the names which these fabulating authors have adopted, betray their origin, apparently among recluse monks; picking up, ..."

2. Visits to Remarkable Places: Old Halls, Battle Fields, and Scenes by William Howitt (1840)
"How far this story is true, considering the fabulating character of the younger Ireland, may be left to the faith of the reader, especially as the father, ..."

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