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1.
A fictitious picture
This month's cover of Us magazine is definitely a ficture.
Por Jennifer Mattson 24 de enero de 2007
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2.
noun. A facebook picture.
Jen: NYC was amazing.
Jade: Ye, I saw the fictures.
Por frebontheweb 17 de octubre de 2010
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3.
A picture that is misleading, edited, or staged, so it shows something which did not actually happen, or which happened in a different way than is being claimed.
When my dad showed the insurance adjuster the fictures of the fire damage, you could almost see the gas can in one of them.

Al: I thought I saw those two chicks making out somewheres.
Jeff: No, that was just a ficture I posted.
Por Jmz from SFL 21 de septiembre de 2009
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4.
A photograph of a hand drawn picture.
At school the children learn by examining fictures.
Por Jeremy Hurst 04 de noviembre de 2003
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5.
1. A picture or photograph that has been modified using Photoshop or other image editing programs so that it no longer gives a true representation of the subject matter.
2. Any image that has been modified or fabricated with the use of image editing software and passed off as real or authentic.
That photo with the donkey's head on the politician's body is clearly a ficture.
Por smokybluz 29 de marzo de 2007
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