1. fable

noun. ['ˈfeɪbəl'] a deliberately false or improbable account.


  • canard
  • falsehood
  • fabrication
  • untruth
  • falsity


  • accuracy
  • the true
  • actuality
  • true

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Rhymes with Fable

  • intercable
  • unstable
  • mislabel
  • relabel
  • disable
  • unable
  • stable
  • schaible
  • graybeal
  • grable
  • frable
  • enable
  • crable
  • zabel
  • waibel
  • table
  • sable
  • raible
  • mable
  • mabel
  • laible
  • label
  • knable
  • kable
  • hable
  • gable
  • chaebol
  • cable
  • abell
  • abel

How do you pronounce fable?

Pronounce fable as ˈfeɪbəl.

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Sentences with fable

1. Noun, singular or mass
Many well known children's tales feature a cautionary fable ("Little Red Riding Hood").

2. Adjective
Think of it like the ancient fable from India of the three blind men and the elephant.

Quotes about fable

1. Write every day, line by line, page by page, hour by hour. Do this despite fear. For above all else, beyond imagination and skill, what the world asks of you is courage, courage to risk rejection, ridicule and failure. As you follow the quest for stories told with meaning and beauty, study thoughtfully but write boldly. Then, like the hero of the fable, your dance will dazzle the world.
- Robert McKee

2. There is a line of poetry, a sentence in a fable, a word in an essay, by which my existence is justified; find that line, and immortality is assured.
- Alberto Manguel, The Library at Night

2. fable

noun. ['ˈfeɪbəl'] a story about mythical or supernatural beings or events.


  • legend
  • Arthurian legend


  • genuineness
  • reality
  • accurate

3. fable

noun. ['ˈfeɪbəl'] a short moral story (often with animal characters).


  • story
  • allegory
  • Aesop's fables
  • apologue


  • exactitude
  • fidelity
  • exactness
  • inaccurate