Fictitious [adjective]

Definition of Fictitious:

untrue, made-up

Opposite/Antonyms of Fictitious:

Sentence/Example of Fictitious:

Who wants to peruse fictitious adventures, when railroads and steamboats woo him to adventures of his own?

The quadroon was following them with little quick steps, having assumed a fictitious animation and alacrity for the occasion.

He was tall and thin, and wore his coats padded, which gave a fictitious breadth and depth to his shoulders and chest.

Sometimes fictitious subscriptions are made to induce others to subscribe for stock.

But I am anxious to make three inquiries relative to this really important document and its fictitious preface.

And so,” said Katie, still keeping up her fictitious indignation, “you come to beg money from me?

The revolution of 1688 dissipated the halo which had shed a fictitious light round the throne.

Still the country remained quiescent: it was known that the picture was fictitious, and men refused to be dismayed.

It gave him a fictitious courage which he would not have had unarmed against almost any man—or woman—in Askatoon.

He spoke of the fictitious quarries, of the railways on paper, of the chimeric liners disappearing in their own steam.