Definition of fabrication :
1. That which is fabricated; a falsehood; as, the story is doubtless a fabrication.
2. The act of fabricating, framing, or constructing; construction; manufacture; as, the fabrication of a bridge, a church, or a government.
figment, deceitfulness, forum, half-truth, guile, cunning, taradiddle, untruth, delusion, apologue, fictionalization, mass production, heavy industry, imposition, tale, allegory, mendacity, duplicity, fantasy, lie, manufacturing, legend, means of production, deceit, story, evasiveness, industry, trickery, falsehood, gathering, hypocrisy, assembly, meeting place, fraud, falsity, disinformation, dissimulation, parable, whopper, misinformation, fairy tale, craft, fictionalisation, white lie, assemblage, fiction, prevarication, a tissue of lies, deception, equivocation, lying, fable, finesse, fib, double-dealing
composition (part of speech: noun)
preparation (part of speech: noun)
production (part of speech: noun)
creation (part of speech: noun)
- Just as synthetic chemistry began with the artificial formation of the simplest organic products, so biological synthesis must content itself at first with the fabrication of forms resembling those of the lowest organisms. - "The Mechanism of Life", Stéphane Leduc.
- An infamous fabrication of the newspapers! - "The Eight Strokes of the Clock", Maurice Le Blanc.
- The Aragonese, fearing that the Moors dispersed among them would be subjected to the same laws as those of Valencia, represented to the emperor, through the medium of his relation the Count de Ribagorza, that they had never caused any trouble either in politics or religion; that they could not have any communication with Africa, on account of the distance of the countries; and that many of them were excellent workmen in the fabrication of arms, and, consequently, their banishment would occasion great loss to the kingdom of Aragon. - "The History of the Inquisition of Spain from the Time of its Establishment to the Reign of Ferdinand VII.", Juan Antonio Llorente.