fictitiously : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in a false manner intended to mislead
  • r  in a fictional manner (created by the imagination)

  • In one scene he holds a long pole, runs toward the high wall separating Palestine from Israel and vaults over it powerfully, gracefully and of course fictitiously.
  • Stone, then part owner and editor of the Chicago Daily News, printed a false despatch about some fictitiously sad distress in Serbia and ran in some supposedly Serbian words .
  • The Federal Trade Commission last week warned that some manufacturers of Christmas cards are cheating buyers by putting fictitiously high price tags on their boxes of cards.
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  • Using the 'zombie' method to teach neuroscience
    Halloween may be a fun time for kids to dress up in costumes and eat candy, but with the right tools it also can be a spooktacular learning opportunity. Dr. Steven Schlozman of Harvard Medical School and author of "The Zombie Autopsies" is perhaps the world's foremost expert at fictitiously dissecting the undead brain to illustrate neural functions. NewsHour Extra , the NewsHour's teacher ...
    Oct. 24, 2013 - The Online NewsHour

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