Very surprised that this obvious and correct answer hasn't been voted up more. A tip of my stetson to you sir, you made my day: He materialized them. Word for making an assertion without knowledge of its truth? On the other hand, if what you want is a usage meaning that they are "bullshitting" as in making something upthen you could say, "He fabricated it out of whole cloth. Which word entered the English language first?
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Perhaps some are thinking of "hat trick"?
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Gogeta70 To me, "pulled it out of their hat" implies that they had some preplanned thing waiting behind the scenes. I think "made" is more common than "fabricated. Test Your Knowledge - and learn some interesting things along the way. Geoffrey Geoffrey 1, 6 Roone Scape Roone Scape 1 3 3. Update to Security Incident [May 17, ]. Hot Network Questions.