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Word: fabricate

Definition: build; lie; make up (a story) in order to deceive; Ex. fabricate the whole story; CF. fabric: underlying structure; Ex. fabric of society


Sentences Containing 'fabricate'

A false moustache was discovered in the séance room which he used to fabricate the spirit materializations.
According to Suskind, Richer said: "I would probably stand on my, basically, my reputation and say order to fabricate the letter came from the vice president."
Another apologetical argument is to argue that the disciples had no compelling reason to fabricate a resurrection story because they earnestly believed (at that time) Jesus was not the Messiah after all.
But the costs to design and fabricate the vessel have traditionally been less sensitive to scale.
Humberto Fernández-Morán discovered that a gem-quality diamond could be used to fabricate a more durable knife for use in the ultramicrotomy; diamond was a logical material to use since it was the hardest known material at the time.
In other words, one can design a small vessel and fabricate it for about the same cost as the larger vessel.
John Maguire, who headed the CIA's Iraq Operations Group, issued a statement through Richer saying: "I never received any instruction from then Chief/NE Rob Richer or any other officer in my chain of command instructing me to fabricate such a letter."
Robert Richer, the CIA's former deputy director of clandestine operations, said: "I never received direction from George Tenet or anyone else in my chain of command to fabricate a document ... as outlined in Mr. Suskind's book."
The flange is so important to the shape of the finished surface that it is possible to fabricate some panels by shrinking and stretching of the flange alone, without the use of surface stretching or shrinking at all.
The researchers first fabricate the non-graphene-containing structures—the electrodes and gates—on plastic sheets.
Without the base resistors, DCTL gates are more economical and simpler to fabricate onto integrated circuits than RTL gates with base resistors.

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