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fictious (not comparable)

  1. (obsolete) Fictitious.
    • 1688, Mat[thew] Prior, “On Exodus 3. 14. I Am that I Am. An Ode. []”, in Poems on Several Occasions, 2nd edition, London: [] Jacob Tonson [], published 1709, →OCLC, stanza VI, page 4:
      Man does vvith dangerous Curioſity / Theſe unfathom'd VVonders try: / VVith fancy'd Rules and Arbitrary Lavvs / Matter and Motion he reſtrains, / And ſtudy'd Lines and fictious Circles dravvs; []
  2. (obsolete) Addicted to or characterized by fiction.

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