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Definition of Fictional

Fictional
Fictional Fic"tion*al, a. Pertaining to, or characterized by, fiction; fictitious; romantic.``Fictional rather than historical.' --Latham.

Meaning of Fictional from wikipedia

- events within a fictional work may even be set in their own context entirely separate from the known universe: an independent fictional universe. Fiction...
- A fictional universe is a self-consistent setting with events, and often other elements, that differ from the real world. It may also be called an imagined...
- Fictionalism is the view in philosophy according to which statements that appear to be descriptions of the world should not be construed as such, but should...
- Fictional detectives are characters in detective fiction. These characters have long been a staple of detective mystery crime fiction, particularly in...
- Fictional languages are constructed languages created as part of a fictional setting, for example in books, movies and video games. Fictional languages...
- A fictional currency is some form of currency defined, or alluded to, in works of fiction. The names of units of such currency are sometimes based on...
- A fictional brand is a non-existing brand used in artistic or entertainment productions, such as paintings, books, comics, movies, TV serials, and music...
- friend—adoptive brother, goldfish Darwin, who attend middle school in the fictional city of Elmore. They frequently find themselves involved in various shenanigans...
- In analysis of works of fiction, revisionism denotes the retelling of a conventional or established narrative with significant variations which deliberately...
- A fictional book is a book (created specifically for a work of fiction) that sometimes provides the basis of the plot of a story, a common thread in a...