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Synonyms for figment

any fictitious idea accepted as part of an ideology by an uncritical group; a received idea

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a contrived or fantastic idea

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Idowu Adelusi, in a release, said the news is 'is a figment of the imagination of the APC which manufactured the story.
That's just a figment of their imagination,' Alvarez said in an interview before he filed House Bill No.
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Christopher Chong, creative director, launched Amouage's latest perfume Figment last month at Alila Jabal Akhdar.
Musharraf has denied the allegation saying it could be the figment of Seigal's imagination.
But her unease is about to turn to shame when she discovers that Jeff is nothing more than a figment of her son's twisted imagination.
FIGMENT is an exciting online reading and writing community in which you can involve your students.
50, while he is aboard Figment in the second division (2.
It couldn't possibly be that the allegations are a figment of Mr Valdez's imagination, in a bid to mitigate on behalf of Uruguay attack dog Suarez (left).
FIGMENT, the Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter (AIANY), and the Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEA-oNY) opened CDR Studio's Governor's Cup on Governors Island at the weekend.
Global competition is not a figment of our imaginations.
The source considered that the news published by the aforementioned newspaper is the result of the hallucinations of the newspaper's reporter, who did not find anything to report to the newspaper so he created false and untrue stories that are a figment of his imagination.
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Shooting stars and phosphorescence, perhaps a figment who can say Did I see her shipping green seas, smie the porpoise at their play?
This German countersniper character was a figment of Zaitsev's imagination and/or a creation of Soviet propaganda, very much needed during those dark days of WWII.