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adverb as in strictly

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Politics is about perception and confirming or debunking deeply held beliefs (whether or not those beliefs are factually based).

Agency officials pushed back hard trying to correct what they saw as factually flawed.

It was factually wrong, since Keynes and the "ballerina" conceived but suffered a miscarriage, as Ferguson acknowledged.

But beyond being hurtful, this law is legally and factually inaccurate.

In my own, humbler, opinion, and experience, this is both completely wrong—both factually and morally—and extremely dangerous.

State it more fully to me factually; what the problems were.

This is how human symbolism, of confirmed vitality and efficiency, is factually established.


On this page you'll find 121 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to factually, such as: actually, approximately, necessarily, originally, permanently, and quite.

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