To form into a whole by uniting its parts; to frame; to construct; to build; as, to fabricate a bridge or ship. (verb)
To form by art and labor; to manufacture; to produce; as, to fabricate computer chips. (verb)
To invent and form; to forge; to devise falsely; as, to fabricate a lie or story. (verb)
(cooking) To cut up an animal as preparation for cooking, particularly used in reference to fowl. (verb)
Examples of word fabricate
Proof aimed at establishing a motive to fabricate is never collateral and may not be excluded on that ground, but examination of witnesses to establish such a motive must proceed upon some good-faith basis ...
Now, all that was needed was to show the court that the officer had the ability to fabricate, which is based on the thing that most prosecutors use to establish his credibility; that is, his education, training, and experience.
Did Jones et al 1990 "fabricate" its quality control claims?
The US has been staying in a war for more than a year since senate Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee bottled up information that showed the administration knew that evidence they cited as reasons to go to war was provided by a source who was known to "fabricate" bogus information.
COTTLE: ... there are so many better things to go after him on that you don't need to kind of fabricate a scandal.