fictive : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  adopted in order to deceive
    fictive sympathy
  • s  capable of imaginative creation
    fictive talent

  • Last week real events in a small Maine community seemed on the verge of following those in fictive Berryville.
  • NOCs are among the government's most closely guarded secrets, because they often work for real or fictive private companies overseas and are set loose to spy solo.
  • Chandler's fictive cast talked out of the sides of their mouths; the author was raised in England and given a classical education.
News & Articles

  • ‘Raising’ Chickens With Mark Twain
    Tom Sawyer, the fictive alter ego of Mark Twain, was no fan of labor. As the famous white-washing scene in Tom Sawyer shows, if Tom could find a way to persuade, convince, or coerce someone else to do the work for him, that would be a task worth putting effort into—not the drudgery of painting a fence.
    Sept. 2, 2013 - via Yahoo! News

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