concoct

(redirected from concocts)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
References in periodicals archive ?
In Westerfeld's first Midnighters tale, he concocts a unique and fresh fantasy setting just beyond the edge of our consciousness.
By relaying his account through flashy visuals, the author concocts a fun, funky, B-movie story set against the exciting backdrop of The City.
In the meantime, she concocts her own romantic (and less-than-romantic) scenarios for those who share her home.
First-time novelist Benson concocts a well thought-out story composed of equal parts political thriller, melodramatic romance and upscale urban mystery taken right out of today's headlines about the evil tobacco industry.
Sigel also creates a few arty transitions from scene to scene, and deliberately concocts some disorienting juxtapositions between fantasy and reality.