matter of fact

  1. a disputed factual contention that is generally left for a jury to decide
  2. a matter that is an actual fact or is demonstrable as a fact
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How To Use matter of fact In A Sentence

  • Saw her awhile back at the Community Theater, as a matter of fact.
  • Therefore the learning of many languages is injudicious, inasmuch as it arouses the belief in the possession of dexterity, and, as a matter of fact, it lends a kind of delusive importance to social intercourse. Esperanto: Hearings before the Committee on Education
  • As a matter of fact, we are continuing our contacts and meetings.
  • Well, as a matter of fact, I did.
  • As a matter of fact, my brother painted very few things, at any stage of his career, as mere representations of reality, unimbued by some inventive or ideal meaning: in the rare instances when he did so, he naturally felt an indolent comfort, and made no scruple of putting the feeling into words — highly suitable for being taken _cum grano salis_. Old Familiar Faces
  • As a matter of fact his remarks overrode your motion.
  • As a matter of fact, most so called health nuts don't even scratch the surface of healthy living anyway, no matter how much they can bench press.
  • It is a matter of fact that the Court of Appeal delivered its decision…
  • The film doesn't really offer you breadcrumbs or any real way to guess at the truth - until it is offered as a matter of fact.
  • As a matter of fact Fielding had two plays by him -- the _Good - natured Man_ (a title subsequently used by Goldsmith), and a piece called _The Wedding Day_. Fielding
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