fictional character

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Noun1.fictional character - an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story)fictional character - an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story); "she is the main character in the novel"
imaginary being, imaginary creature - a creature of the imagination; a person that exists only in legends or myths or fiction
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Earlier, FIA claimed to have arrested four human smugglers along with the central character of a human trafficking network linked to the incident where a boat carrying illegal migrants capsized near the Libyan coast, resulting in the deaths of many Pakistanis.
Patrick Wilson plays Lou, the father of the first series' central character Molly.
Though traumatic events force the central character, Holly Barton, to leave her home on the moors and go to work in Paris, she eventually realises that she has to return to Yorkshire to face up to her past, before she can find happiness and success.
Based on the marketing campaign for Grand Theft Auto IV, which also featured trailers focused around the central character Niko Bellic, it's likely that in the coming months more trailers will be released centred on some of the game's supporting cast.
However, the central character is Rose--a not particularly likeable misfit at the college--whose own hinterland involves a disappearing mother, an unnaturally intense relationship with a stepbrother with whom she has just reconnected and a capacity to upset most people that she encounters.
2 : most important : chief <The central character of the story is an orphan.
Rowling told Time: "If, and it's a big if, I ever write an eighth book about the (wizarding) world, I doubt that Harry would be the central character.
In this version central character Elizabeth is replaced by modernday heroine Amanda Price, who travels back in time to discover what life was like at Longbourn.
Annie Morrison plays the central character, a seriously ill singer traveling to Atlanta with two feuding friends to make her last onstage appearance.
Dakota Blue Richards stars as the central character of Lyra and the film was directed by Chris Weitz, who was also the screenwriter for the project.
In the ballet's most memorable scene, a vivid red swath of fabric entraps the central character, echoing Spessivtseva's complicated relationship with her homeland.
That this brother is a creature blessed with unflagging health, kindness and financial success, only serves to embitter the central character.

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