V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. to make with skill; 2. to make up a story or lie

Synonyms: make, manufacture, produce, construct, assemble, build, engineer, contrive, concoct

Antonyms: destroy, raze

Tips: Fabricate means "to make or manufacture." Fabricate can also refer to manufacturing a lie or making up a story that is untrue. The related noun fabrication usually refers to the lie or made-up story that was fabricated.

Usage Examples:

Do you believe his story, or do you think he fabricated the whole thing? (made up, concocted)

I think his story was one big fabrication. (lie) noun

He is always fabricating some excuse for why he's late. (making up, contriving)

The company fabricates chairs out of compressed wood. (manufactures, builds)

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