fictive definition by Webster's New World
- of fiction or the production of fiction
- not real; imaginary; feigned
Origin: French fictif ; from Midieval Latin fictivus
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- fictively adverb
fictive definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Of, relating to, or able to engage in imaginative invention.
- Of, relating to, or being fiction; fictional.
- Not genuine; sham.
- ficˈtive·ly adverb
- ficˈtive·ness noun