factual[ fak-choo-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF factual
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I told you, Brent, there was often a factual basis for fables—remember?
But his confutation was the factual confutation of experience.
They are in great part responsible for the factual matter in this book.
Possibility and not factual evidence support this hypothesis.
He'd simply answer the factual truth to the question that had been asked.
The real story, the absolute, factual truth, without any nonsense.
She doubted if it were fiction; the paragraphs had a solid, factual look.
Ultimately we should have to be satisfied with some factual conjunction and method in events.
The emphasis must be on the fact; what is factual may be discovered, and these discoveries may be of use.
Professor Sykes was prone to favor dry, factual explanations.