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noun as in something manufactured

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A local schoolteacher he met gave him some toys made by students several years earlier, including a cellphone crafted in clay by an Amazigh child who was 6 or 7 years old at the time of fabrication.

Among Amazon’s recent hires are research scientists focusing on designing a new superconducting quantum device as well as device fabrication.

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They include the increased prevalence of technologies like AI, gene editing, and digital fabrication.

Each pack comes with five lightweight masks made with dual-layer cotton fabrication for increased breathability and comfort, adjustable ear loops for fit, and a wide filter pocket for added protection.

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Then, last week, the firm claimed this was a complete fabrication.

He completely disrupts not only the conception of architecture—but also the fabrication, the mise en oeuvre of architecture.

As someone who writes and publishes for a living, I take exception to people who go out and make money based on fabrication.

As a result, sensitive gravitational measurements require isolation from any vibrations and careful fabrication of components.

To justify its invasion of Crimea, the Kremlin and state-run media went into full fabrication mode this weekend.

“I regarded the whole thing as a fabrication, a hoax, a put up job,” he wrote in May 1983.

The resurrection of Lazarus is a transparent fabrication out of the parable of the rich man and Lazarus.

Again, that story might be pure fabrication, in which case the suspicion swung back to Miss Prall and Eliza.

The genius of the French language seems more particularly to lend itself to the fabrication of burlesque forms and subterfuges.

She had laboured at the fantastic, monstrous fabrication, as if in that way only she could save herself.

The story of the council came to be regarded as a silly fabrication.


On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fabrication, such as: deceit, falsehood, fiction, forgery, myth, and untruth.

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