[ UK /fˈækt‍ʃuːə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈfæktʃuəɫ/ ]
  1. existing in act or fact
    the actual things that produced the emotion you experienced
    rocks and trees...the actual world
    actual heroism
  2. of or relating to or characterized by facts
    factual considerations
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How To Use factual In A Sentence

  • There is no factually established minimal toxic level or maximally allowable safe dose for diquat. The Daily News Tribune Homepage RSS
  • We aim to correct factual errors as soon as we can. The Sun
  • Critics saw this move into the thriller genre as an admission of the inauthenticity of his supposedly factual work. Times, Sunday Times
  • artifactual" proof that sound recording existed before CDs and MP3s. Undefined
  • The Court of Appeals held that Hallberg was judicially estopped from indemnity from Portland because his claim was factually inconsistent with claims he made defending the previous suit on which he had prevailed. One less bell to answer (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • So too does the naive confidence in the factual basis of scientific belief. Science, Technology, and Social Change
  • Exclusion of relevant evidence because of non-conformity to some legal rule can also undermine the factual quality of acquittals.
  • The flattish factuality of the poem well conveys its embarrassed self-accusation.
  • At a meeting on July 11 the Government analysed in detail the Russian position and reached the decision that it was ungrounded and with no legal or factual basis.
  • There are no factual inaccuracies, they have the same information. Times, Sunday Times
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