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Fable

Definition of fable:

part of speech: noun

A feigned story or tale intended to instruct or amuse; the plot or series of events in an epic or dramatic poem; fiction; a falsehood.

part of speech: noun

A fictitious story; fiction embodying a general truth.

part of speech: verb

To feign; to invent.

part of speech: noun

A fictitious tale; an untruth; a story intended to teach a useful or moral truth, in which, usually, animals talk and act like human beings.

part of speech: verb

To pretend; to tell of falsely.

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