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fabulist (n.)

1590s, "inventor or writer of fables," from French fabuliste, from Latin fabula "story, tale" (see fable (n.)). The earlier word in English was fabler (late 14c.); the Latin term was fabulator.

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Definitions of fabulist

fabulist (n.)
a person who tells or invents fables;
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