- fictitious force,
- fictitious person,
Origin of fictitious
Examples from the Web for fictitiously
Mrs. Chadwicks vehemence had only fictitiously sustained her.Adrienne Toner|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
Ordinary people give the price of one calf, which is fictitiously taken at Rs.
1610s, "artificial, counterfeit," from Medieval Latin fictitus, a misspelling of Latin ficticius "artificial, counterfeit," from fictus "feigned, fictitious, false," past participle of fingere (see fiction). Related: Fictitiously.