Even in the Showtime series Weeds, a fictitious tobacco company looked to pot as its future growth industry.
The spread even goes as far to credit the brand of tights that its fictitious Sanmoa uses to hang herself with.
Yet it turns out that claims about fictitious abortions are a "thing" in certain corners of the pro-life movement, e.g. here.
A twinned, imagined narrative of a fictitious Fidel Castro and a Miami exile intent on assassinating him.
In one case, money was paid in cash to a contractor who used a fictitious company name on the invoice.
When that point has been reached with real ghosts, what can be expected of the fictitious ones?
She is often ill, and always has a fictitious malady in reserve.
But this mood, his courage, was fictitious; it sank and left him limping palpably, with an oppressed heart.
And the conclusions drawn from them are sound, although the premises are fictitious.
This beast, like the leopard, has been the object of much mistaken or fictitious history.
1610s, "artificial, counterfeit," from Medieval Latin fictitus, a misspelling of Latin ficticius "artificial, counterfeit," from fictus "feigned, fictitious, false," past participle of fingere (see fiction). Related: Fictitiously.