fabular

adjective
fab·u·lar | \ ˈfa-byə-lər \

Definition of fabular 

: of, relating to, or having the form of a fable

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The fabular quality that makes Green’s clothes feel like plausible garb for the interstellar colonists of the early twenty-second century has also endeared them to the pop stars of the early twenty-first. Ned Beauman, The New Yorker, "A Workwear Jacket Worthy of Drake and “Alien: Covenant”," 25 May 2017

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First Known Use of fabular

1684, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for fabular

borrowed from Latin fābulāris, from fābula "talk, account, fable entry 1" + -āris -ar

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