she pleaded guilty to stealing thousands in taxpayer dollars by having a fictitious employee on her payroll
not real or true, being imaginary or having been fabricated.
translation of 'fictitious'
The company had sold funds for largely 'fictitious' assets and had hired an actress to deliver a false audit report for investors.
After all, by inventing a 'fictitious' past, success in overcoming it would seem to be guaranteed.
The process he describes is historical though the characters who bring the process to life are 'fictitious' .
Never cheat by inventing a 'fictitious' cab driver with whom you argue.
For the first time, the Indian Postal Services Department has issued a stamp on a 'fictitious' character.
I always think it's kind of neat to take some past historical event and tweak it into a 'fictitious' story.
The Curmudgeon is a satirical column based on 'fictitious' characters in a mythical village.
Respondents were asked to indicate which items were indeed the titles of real children's books as opposed to 'fictitious' titles.
We made some phone calls to our people in the north, and they all confirmed that this is a true story and it's not a 'fictitious' story.
The characters from the Dubois Chronicles are 'fictitious' and are of my own creation.
Halfbakery is a communal database of original, 'fictitious' inventions, edited by its users.
Our entirely 'fictitious' character begins his work day, as many of us do, by opening his email client and checking for new messages.
Claims of working for the 'fictitious' water board allowed bogus callers to steal from the home of an elderly Chelmsford resident.
It's crucial, nonetheless, to draw the distinction between 'fictitious' creatures and real human beings.
It's a two-hour 'fictitious' psychological thriller that has real elements to it.
The actual events and people portrayed in Equivocal Death are entirely 'fictitious' .
Like the other expansion packs, there's a 'fictitious' near-future story behind Thunder.
It is believed by historians of mathematics that this is entirely 'fictitious' and was merely invented by the authors.
Memorials are built for great human beings and not for 'fictitious' characters.
Murphy was a 'fictitious' freelancer Reynolds invented to extract some extra cash from the Irish Press.
In the last year, management tried to conceal the looming bankruptcy by the 'fictitious' sale of the bank's real estate subsidiary.
Spearman is a 'fictitious' character, the hero of a series of murder mysteries written by Marshall Jevons.
However, when used for purposes of assessing taxes, 'fictitious' values do indeed become real ones.
She used four 'fictitious' names on bogus loan applications to her company and pocketed the proceeds.
We do not use pretentious, 'fictitious' terms for my establishment's beverages.
Each group not only had to design the game, but invent a 'fictitious' company, and determine their roles within it.
Better to discover how science is in fact developed and learned than to fabricate a 'fictitious' structure to a similar effect.
Even though the character is completely 'fictitious' , it always retains some of the qualities of the player.
It is set in a 'fictitious' women's college in a wholly real Oxford, where a poison pen is causing increasing alarm and distress among students and staff.
Getting thrown out of it, preferably after signing in under a 'fictitious' and assumed name, was always a local rite of passage.
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