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  • This story follows their fictionalized son as he attempts to find out the truth.
  • The story was based on actual events, though the characters have been fictionalized.
  • I've fictionalized her character and am telling the story from her own point of view.
  • He also joined the cast as a fictionalized version of himself.
  • The order of games played and the score of at least one game was fictionalized for the movie.
  • The second part consists of fictionalized tales inspired by events in her own life.
  • The story contains several fictionalized accounts of real-life historical events.
  • The story is a fictionalized account of a true life event.
  • Fictionalizing actual events, especially murder, was common in this period in American literature.
  • To prove this, fictionalized names were used with the true names in a separate key.
  • The film introduced a somewhat fictionalized plot element not in the original play.
  • Her life continues to be fictionalized by authors in many countries and languages.
  • The song is a fictionalized first person perspective of her time on public display.
  • In the movie he appears as a fictionalized version of himself.
  • It is a fictionalized account based upon a true historical incident.
  • Though using real names and depicting real events, the movie also contained numerous events that were fictionalized.
  • All five band members play fictionalized versions of themselves.
  • On the show he plays a fictionalized version of himself.
  • However, in most cases, many aspects of their life are fictionalized.
  • The film is based on these historical figures but fictionalizes their story in dramatized form.
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Words starting with fictionalize

Meaning of fictionalize

  • verb Make into fiction
    The writer fictionalized the lives of his parents in his latest novel