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  • adjective Common misspelling of fictional.


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  • Now his dissatisfaction has grown so that he begins imagining that if he'd had a daughter, a fictitional child named Esmerelda, a talented little girl to be proud of and to fawn over, things might have been different.

    On Halloween, it begins again... z0mbieastronaut 2008

  • And so I think there's a lot of great progressive thinkers out there right now, but also there's some of the guys who are kind of old school and still worrying about fictitional characters being gay and pointing the fingers at people, and almost creating a moralistic club, you know, that you have to be very moral to be in our private country club.

    CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2006 2006

  • Software replaces private date with "fictitional, usable" data.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs 2010

  • Obviously any author has the ability to use creative license and there are no set rules for how vampires behave or what their characteristics are since they are fictitional.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home 2010

  • I have no need to "worship" a three lettered word (your fictitional character, god), I am content.

    بالاترین 2009

  • Aside from his fictitional column, it's hard to judge whether Wuyts possesses a completely negative attitude towards Bruyneel and all he has been linked during the past decade.

    Cyclingnews News Headlines 2009

  • There are those who look down on Americans who look up to fictitional heros like this, but they’ve been a part of America ever since we’ve been telling stories.

    24 And The War On Terror 2006


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