factor

[ fak-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF factor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FACTOR

It exists, and goes forward, becoming a factor in the thought-life of our time.

And this brings me to an important factor in the case: the factor of evolution.

Time is, therefore, not a factor in the mutation of species.

It was warm and comfortable, and he was playing cribbage with the Factor.

The other factor depended on the vexed question of means of communication.

But there was one factor we had entirely forgotten to reckon.

The inertia of the meteor has persisted, not as energy, but as a factor of energy.

So the factor had had his sign, and had looked upon his disembodied soul with his own eyes.

The “Crime of Ignorance” is a factor in league with the forces of destruction.

This interest on the part of the whites is a factor which must be considered.

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