verb (used with object), fab·ri·cat·ed, fab·ri·cat·ing.
Origin of fabricate
Examples from the Web for fabricator
One of them even warned that he suspected Curveball was a fabricator who had created his story out of whole cloth.
What puzzled Philip was that this fabricator of "stories" for the newspaper should call himself a "realist."That Fortune|Charles Dudley Warner
Even the individual Schoenberg, the fabricator of nervous noises, leans heavily on Wagner.Ivory Apes and Peacocks|James Huneker
Her character, whether drawn by herself or some fabricator who wrote in her name, comes out clearly in the correspondence.The Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 2 (of 10)|Alexander Pope
The God Faraki, whom we worship, is so called from a word which signifies the fabricator.The Secret Memoirs of Louis XV./XVI, Complete|Madame du Hausset, an "Unknown English Girl" and the Princess Lamballe
To test the value of the advice given him, the Duke had the wig put upon the head of its fabricator.A Book about Doctors|John Cordy Jeaffreson
British Dictionary definitions for fabricator
Word Origin for fabricate
Word Origin and History for fabricator
mid-15c., "to fashion, make, build," from Latin fabricatus, past participle of fabricare "make, construct, fashion, build," from fabrica (see fabric). In bad sense of "to tell a lie," etc., it is recorded by 1779. Related: Fabricated; fabricating.