confabulate [kuh n-fab-yuh-leyt]
verb (used without object), confabulated, confabulating.
1. to converse informally; chat.
2. Psychiatry. to engage in confabulation.
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Origin: 1605-15; < Latin confābulātus (past participle of confābulārī to talk together), equivalent to con- con- + fābul(a) conversation (see fable) + -ātus -ate
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