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fabricator

[ fab-ri-key-ter ]
/ ˈfæb rɪˌkeɪ tər /
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noun
a person who makes things by art or skill and labor: He’d spent some time as a fabricator of high-end military circuit boards.
a person or company that makes something by assembling parts or sections; manufacturer: With its lapped metal panels, the complexity of the design required top skills, and the fabricator Purly Manufacturing did an outstanding job.
a person who devises or invents something, especially a lie or a fictional narrative or character: The document paints him as a serial exaggerator and fabricator rather than a heroic whistleblower.
a person who produces something fake or counterfeit:The fabricators of these forged archeological artifacts are still fooling some people even today.
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