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Spell check of fable

Correct spelling: fable

mythos, parable, storyline, narrative, allegory, celebrity, prevarication, taradiddle, fabrication, fantasy, elevation, legend, whopper, apologue, emblem, anecdote, caption, belief, saga, notoriety, novel, recount, lying, episode, fame, notability, fib, reminiscence, short story, figment, falsity, real, religion, words, renown, fairy tale, tale, account, untruth, yarn, epic, metaphor, scenario, noteworthiness, serial, plainness, mendacity, famousness, popularity, prominence, romance, prose, fictionalization, simile, illustriousness, distinction, preeminence, falsehood, myth, story, tall tale, fictionalisation, plot, chronicle, invention, reputation, manufacturing, illustration, novella, acclaim, manufacture, esteem, assembly, prosaicness, fiction.

history, veracity, confirmation, authentication, fact, verification, chronicle, honesty, truism, substantiation, materiality, truthfulness, actuality, truth, verity, validation, reality, realness, narrative, record.

Examples of usage:

1) " I remember," thought Hilton, as he turned away, feeling as wretched as he had ever felt in his life, " that I used to read a little fable, when I was a child, about a dog and his shadow. - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

2) The fable, eagerly swallowed by the public, seemed wildly grotesque in comparison with the truth. - "The Gray Phantom's Return", Herman Landon.

3) Lucky ones grasped Schoppen of beer and Rhine wine hemmed in by an army of expectant throats, for the time was at hand when would sound Donner's motive from the balcony: music made by brass instruments warning the elect that " Rheingold" was about to unfold its lovely fable of water, wood and wind. - "Melomaniacs", James Huneker.