Fictitiously vs Factitiously - What's the difference?

fictitiously | factitiously |


As adverbs the difference between fictitiously and factitiously

is that fictitiously is in a fictitious manner while factitiously is in a factitious manner.

fictitiously

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • In a fictitious manner
  • factitiously

    English

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • In a factitious manner.
  • *1871 , Hardy, Desperate remedies ,
  • *:'Well, darling, how are you? I am glad you have come in to see me,' said Miss Aldclyffe. 'You can unlock the bag this morning, child, if you like,' she continued, yawning factitiously .
  • *1878 , Hardy, The Return of the Native ,
  • *:A true Tartarean dignity sat upon her brow, and not factitiously or with marks of constraint, for it had grown in her with years.