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"Fabler Meaning In Bengali"

Fabler (noun) - মিথ্যাবাদী; গল্প-লেখক;

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Similar Words: fable, fable-framing, fabled, fabledom, fableist, fableland, fablemaker, fablemonger, fablemongering, fabler,

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Fabler History and Origin

History of: Fabler

Word Origin & History

fable c.1300, from O.Fr. fable, from L. fabula "story, play, fable," lit. "that which is told," from fari "speak, tell," from PIE base *bha- "speak" (see fame). Sense of "animal story" comes from Aesop. In modern folklore terms, defined as "a short, comic tale making a moral point about human nature, usually through animal characters behaving in human ways." Most trace to Greece or India.

Fabler Synonyms

cheat perjurer storyteller phony con artist trickster fibber deceiver prevaricator fabulist promoter fabricator falsifier equivocator maligner dissimulator misleader deluder false witness

Fabler Definition

noun
1.
a short tale to teach a moral lesson, often with animals or inanimate objects as characters; apologue:
the fable of the tortoise and the hare; Aesop's fables.
2.
a story not founded on fact:
This biography is largely a self-laudatory fable.
3.
a story about supernatural or extraordinary persons or incidents; legend:
the fables of gods and heroes.
4.
legends or myths collectively:
the heroes of Greek fable.
5.
an untruth; falsehood:
This boast of a cure is a medical fable.
6.
the plot of an epic, a dramatic poem, or a play.
7.
idle talk:
old wives' fables.
verb (used without object), fabled, fabling.
8.
to tell or write fables.
9.
to speak falsely; lie:
to fable about one's past.
verb (used with object), fabled, fabling.
10.
to describe as if actually so; talk about as if true:
She is fabled to be the natural daughter of a king.

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