Definition of Fictioneers

1. Noun. (plural of fictioneer) ¹



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Definition of Fictioneers

1. fictioneer [n] - See also: fictioneer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fictioneers

fictionalities
fictionality
fictionalization
fictionalizations
fictionalize
fictionalized
fictionalizer
fictionalizers
fictionalizes
fictionalizing
fictionally
fictionary
fictioneer
fictioneering
fictioneerings
fictioneers (current term)
fictionise
fictionised
fictionises
fictionising
fictionist
fictionists
fictionization
fictionizations
fictionize
fictionized
fictionizes
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fictionmaking
fictions

Literary usage of Fictioneers

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1. Letters of James Gibbons Huneker by James Huneker (1922)
"His wife—the typical wife (in fiction) of artistic fictioneers. I write now to ask you if Mr. Scribner would object, or if you would see any obstacle—or ..."

2. A Book of Prefaces by Henry Louis Mencken (1917)
"To wade through the books of such characteristic American fictioneers as Frances Hodgson Burnett, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, F. Hopkinson Smith, Alice Brown, ..."

3. Europe After 8: 15 by Henry Louis Mencken, George Jean Nathan, Willard Huntington Wright (1914)
"... the intrusion of foreign devils, and say to me if there is not something of old Paris here. Not the Superba, Fantasma Paris of Anglo-Saxon fictioneers, ..."

4. The Prairie Child by Arthur Stringer (1922)
"Sunday the Eighth How different is life from what the fictioneers would paint it! How hopelessly mixed-up and macaronic, how undignified in what ought to be ..."

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