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Synonyms for confabulate

to engage in spoken exchange

Synonyms for confabulate

unconsciously replace fact with fantasy in one's memory

have a conference in order to talk something over

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But does it really live up to its name--The Confabulating Mind; How the Brain Creates Reality?
White Blood Cells freely explores textures, such as the drums and vocal of "Little Room," and imports odd and unexpected cultural artifacts, such as the campaign spiel dropped into "Union Forever," a wicked pun confabulating broken promises of a very different sort.
Some of us have matured to the level where we eschew the term 'mind' as being unnecessary and confabulating.
A troika of top RSS and BJP functionaries Ram Lal, Nitin Gadkari and Suresh Soni have been confabulating over the way forward in conjunction with Mohan Bhagwat.
Confabulating patients often act upon their false memories with dramatic consequences, according to background information in their study report, published in Cortex.
10) From his Cuttack home Jayanta Mahapatra draws on not only his Orissan landscape, culture, and family background but also ancient Indian myths and legends, for example, confabulating his second long poem, Relationship,(11) with the nearby thirteenth-century Sun Temple at Konarka.
Even after the House was adjourned, a fuming Sonia stood near the Speaker's podium confabulating with senior ministers including Shinde, Bansal and Ashwani Kumar.