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conworld

[ kon-wurld ]
/ ˈkɒnˌwɜrld /
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noun
a detailed and plausible fictional world for a novel or story, the result of the process of world-building: Science fiction conworlds typically involve space travel.
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Also called con·struct·ed world [kuhn-struhk-tid wurld] /kənˈstrʌk tɪd ˌwɜrld/ .

Origin of conworld

Shortening of constructed world
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