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Use 'fictitious' without intending to deceive; it describes something made-up for storytelling or illustrating a point. SlideThe fictitious town in the novel felt like a real place.
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Neutral UsePlay
'Fictitious' is neutral and does not carry negative connotations unless the context suggests dishonesty or fraud. SlideHer favorite book features a fictitious utopian society.
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Creative ContextsPlay
'Fictitious' is often used in creative contexts like writing or movies to indicate parts not based on fact. SlideThe author developed a detailed fictitious language for her book series.