from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of the nature of a figment; feigned; imagined.


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  • Their beams could not cut the dureum linkages; they slid harmlessly past-not through 'the wraith-like, figmental invaders at whom they were aimed.

    Children of the Lens Smith, E. E. 1954

  • And Virgilia Samms, working now for something far more urgent and vastly more important than a figmental Galactic Patrol, hoped desperately that this Herkimer was not a muscle-reader too; for she knew that she was revealing her secrets even more completely than was he.

    First Lensman Smith, E. E. 1950


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