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By: Isaac Armaswalker

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Figment (noun)
sentence: Those ubiquitous smartphones are not a figment of your imagination.
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http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/figment
Figment (noun)
Figment (noun)
word origin/history:
1400-1450
1400-50; late Middle English < Latin figmentum something made or feigned, equivalent to fig- (base of fingere to mold, feign) + -mentum -ment
Figment (noun)
synonyms: daydream, fable, fantasy, illusion
Figment (noun)
part of speech: noun
definition: a mere product of mental invention; a fantastic notion
definition: a feigned, invented, or imagined story, theory, etc.
Figment
By: Isaac Armaswalker
1/12/15

figment (noun)
sentence: She tells her father, but he thinks its a figment of her imagination and that she is spending too much time with the strange loner.
Figment (noun)
sentence: According to their view, free will is a figment of our imagination.
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