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  • EN [ ˈfeɪbl]
  • US [ ˈfeɪbl]

English definition


  • 1. a deliberately false or improbable account

  • 2. a short moral story (often with animal characters)

  • 3. a story about mythical or supernatural beings or events

Example sentences

  • The fable is given on the next page.

  • Then put the paragraphs of the fable in the correct order.

  • Let our illustrious name go down in hello story with thellos millennium fable!

  • This famous fable teached that the slow but sure wins the race.

  • She became the chief fable of the town.

  • Right away they wrote an English song about the fable.

  • Remember Aesop's fable about the turtle and the rabbit those had a race?

  • He had some motive in telling this fable.

  • Chinese Fables is currently honorary president of Literary Research Society, Zhejiang Fable Literature Research Association.

  • Mt. Yugongyi is in a fable famous story.

  • This idiom stems from an ancient Greek fable.

  • This fable was written after the manner of Aesop.

  • We may take the story of Job for a history or a fable.

  • For Hindus, the fable represents human longing for the divine.

  • It was so clearly a moral fable.

  • You excuse me, I daresay, but you remind me of that fable.

  • The criteria for repeat UAE included symptomatic fable fibroid tumors, persistent pelvic pain, and menorrhagia.

  • This then the fable has fully manifested the ant team's strength.

  • The fable through stone also points to the importance of patience and diligence.

  • The fable likes able to fly several thousand miles, descends to this life's hug.

  • The course is about fable and legend in modern literature.

  • It is a collection of fable works, most an account of some enlightening stories.

  • Protects not the old myth and the fable together , never withers and falls.

  • We have to learn to distinguish fact from fable.

  • Each tale has the timeless quality of fable.

  • a land rich in fable

  • Is reincarnation fact or fable?

  • The fate of many British designers calls to mind the fable of the tortoise and the hare.

  • The old fable continues to echo down the centuries.

Synonym discrimination

  • novel, romance, fiction, story, fable, tale



Meaning of fable

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