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Word: figment

Definition: invention; something invented; imaginary thing; Ex. figment of your imagination


Sentences Containing 'figment'

Five Goans set off on a road trip in search of an old postman's childhood love, Stefanie "Fanny" Fernandes, though nobody knows whether she’s alive or dead or just a figment of someone’s imagination.
It is unclear if this organisation exists, or is a figment of Breivik's imagination.
It is unclear whether this Amburbium was a crisis rite actually held in 49 BC, or "a figment of his poetic imagination".
Over the course of their correspondence, De River began to believe that Connors was a figment of Dillon's imagination and that Dillon had committed the murder himself.
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