Factual - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfæktʃuəl|  American pronunciation of the word factual
Brit.  |ˈfaktʃʊəl|  British pronunciation of the word factual

adjective

- existing in act or fact (syn: actual)

Examples

That statement is not factual.

a report filled with factual errors

the factual aspects of the case

Try to keep your account of events as factual as possible.

Libraries are stores of factual information.

The report contained a number of factual errors.

The document is factually correct.

...the article as written requires only one factual amendment...

All theories should be built on a foundation of factual knowledge.

Citizens, empowered with factual knowledge, would gain purchase over bureaucracy.

I would be indebted to any alert readers for corrections of factual material.

providing a factual framework for future research

the report shows a surprising lack of hard factual data

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