Figment

• (n.) An invention; a fiction; something feigned or imagined.
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figment

noun a contrived or fantastic idea; `a figment of the imagination`
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Figment

[arts event] FIGMENT is an annual participatory arts event that began on Governors Island in New York Harbor, USA in 2007, and has since spread to a number of other cities. The mission of FIGMENT is to provide a forum for community-based participatory art and experience. FIGMENT strives to build community among artists and participants, to ...
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Figment

[Arts event] This is a category for VVV-Venlo players past and present. ...
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Figment

[Disney] Figment, a small purple dragon, occasionally seen sporting a yellow sweater, is the mascot of the Imagination! pavilion at the Epcot theme park at Walt Disney World Resort. He is extensively seen in Epcot merchandise. The Journey Into Imagination pavilion opened with the rest of EPCOT Center on October 1, 1982, but the Journey Into...
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Figment

[website] Figment is an online community and self-publishing platform for young writers. Created by Jacob Lewis and Dana Goodyear, who both worked at The New Yorker, the site officially launched on December 6, 2010. Figment currently has over 300,000 registered users and over 370,000 `books`, or pieces of writing. Other features include fre...
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Figment

Fig'ment noun [ Latin figmentum , from fingere to form, shape, invent, feign. See Feign .] An invention; a fiction; something feigned or imagined. « Social figments , feints, and formalism.» Mrs. Browning. « It carried rather an appearance of ...
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figment

a contrived or fantastic idea
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figment

[n] - a contrived or fantastic idea
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