fictitious collocations and examples

 UK /fɪkˈtɪʃəs/

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not real or true; invented for a book, play, or film

Adverbs frequently used with fictitious
completely: completely, entirely, purely, totally, whollyI am not suggesting that this eminent historian published an account that was entirely fictitious.mainly: largelyThe profits it had declared were largely fictitious.
Nouns frequently used with fictitious
account, character, claim, company, example, identity, name, scenario, storyHe is accused of making 145 false tax returns using fictitious names and Social Security numbers.
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