adjective: refers to a news item or event invented, over-hyped, or misrepresented in the hopes of inciting "outrage" amongst a loyal fanbase who rarely cross-checks, and accepts the veracity of your claims at face value due to the source.

Verb: to invent, over-hype, or misrepresent a news item or event in the hopes of inciting "outrage" amongst a loyal fanbase who rarely cross-checks, and accepts the veracity of your claims at face value due to the source.
Once the furor died down, it was determined that the story in which the President's pro-nutrition public address was actially a call for the creation of soylent Green was a story Foxbricated to apeal to the listeners of one or two particular radio programs. The end result was as the foxbricators hoped- a nation paralyzed by jingoism, fear, and false rhetoric.
by XPADREX September 10, 2009
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