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fabricate
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Except the knowledge of blazons, that enables me to decipher them, I am very ignorant of heraldry—I, a count of a fresh creation, fabricated in Tuscany by the aid of a commandery of St. Stephen, and who would not have taken the trouble had I not been told that when you travel much it is necessary.

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as in: fabricate a story Define
make up something false
as in: fabricate metal parts Define
to make or manufacture something -- especially by assembling components
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