Confabulate (vi)

Here is a context clues worksheet on the verb confabulate. It’s used only intransitively–so you don’t need a direct object here. For the purposes of the context the sentences in this document imply, this verb means “to fill in gaps in memory by fabrication.” However, it can also mean “to talk informally (chat),” and “to hold a discussion (confer).”

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