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Definition of Confabulator
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Confabulator
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1. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"intercourse (rare), traffic; spec, associate. "Converse" is now chiefly spec.; but is broader than "commune." converser, nl confabulator (rare); spec, ..."
2. The Story of King Lear from Geoffrey of Monmouth to Shakespeare by Wilfrid Perrett (1904)
"He had little ambition, it seems, to become a confabulator: only the seeming historical facts concerning Leir attract him: of the story he gives but the ..."
3. Prose and Verse, from the Port Folio of an Editor by Isaac Clarke Pray (1836)
"those works ; but / do not think that any confabulator can justify the readin,' said Mr. Sterne. ..."