fictional character

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Synonyms for fictional character

an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story)

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Best Album in Taiwanese: "Cartoon Character" / EggPlantEgg Co.
The cherubic British cartoon character, Peppa Pig, has become an unlikely target of China's censors as online fans use her porcine likeness in sardonic memes and "gangster" catchphrases.
In 2002, TV Guide ranked Popeye number 20 on its 50 Greatest Cartoon Characters of All Time list.
""Yes," replied the cartoon character, speaking in Japanese that was translated into Hindi by an interpreter.
The popular cartoon character will be making appearances in the Clore room, at the back of the museum, at 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2pm and 3pm.
BEIRUT: Much-loved cartoon character Dora the Explorer and her friends are on their way to Lebanon.
milk supply, designed the cartoon character after assuming management of the REAL[R] Seal last year.
Cartoon character show (Hamad and Mira), Bawadi Mall, 5-5.30pm, 6-6.30pm, 7.30-8pm, 8.30-9pm.
Summary: Brazil football star Neymar has become a cartoon character in a comic strip.
After putting on adorable bcttt bobblehead suits based on a classic cartoon character of their choice, players are free to tackle levels together as a team, compete for the highest scores or - more likely - just charge around creating as much chaos as they can.
A NEW animated film, featuring a cartoon character created by a Liverpool schoolboy, gets a free screening at Tate Liverpool this week.
AoSome want us to do some acting like the cartoon character we are dressed as or dance but we have been told that we shouldnAAEt be doing anything else apart from posing for pictures,Ao said Nayem.
Minneapolis, MN, December 11, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Cartoon character goes coffee in Blaine.
The foods--graham crackers, gummy fruit snacks and carrots--were packaged in containers either with or without a popular cartoon character. The characters were Scooby Doo, Dora the Explorer, and Shrek.
In that context, in jest, Al Munajid commented on how the Tom and Jerry cartoons make children like mice, also alluding to Mickey Mouse's heroics, while clearly indicating that it is real mice not the cartoon character that should be eradicated because they are a health hazard.