fabulate(redirected from fabulators)
intr.v. fab·u·lat·ed, fab·u·lat·ing, fab·u·lates
To engage in the composition of fables or stories, especially those featuring a strong element of fantasy: "a land which ... had given itself up to dreaming, to fabulating, to tale-telling" (Lawrence Durrell).
[Latin fābulārī, fābulāt-, to talk, from fābula, tale, talk; see fable.]
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) to invent (fables or stories)