Definition of Factitiously

1. Adverb. In a factitious manner. ¹



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Definition of Factitiously

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Factitiously

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factions
factious
factiously
factiousness
factiousnesses
factis
factises
factitial
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factitious
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factitious urticaria
factitiously (current term)
factitiousness
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factoids
factor
factor 3
factor A
factor B

Literary usage of Factitiously

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1. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton, Henry Longueville Mansel, John Veitch (1870)
"... in the first Positions place, that Comparison is supposed in every, the ashed, simplest, act of knowledge; in the second, that our factitiously simple, ..."

2. Science, Philosophy and Religion: Lectures Delivered Before the Lowell by John Bascom (1871)
"... to prove, is, in the first place, that Comparison is supposed in every, the simplest act of knowledge; in the second, that our factitiously simple, ..."

3. The Principles of Psychology by John Bascom (1872)
"... to prove is, in the first place, that comparison is supposed in every, the simplest act of knowledge : in the second, that our factitiously simple, ..."

4. The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton by William Hamilton (1872)
"... to prove is, in the first place, that Comparison is supposed in every, the simplest, act of knowledge ; in the second, that our factitiously simple, ..."

5. Business English by Edwin Herbert Lewis (1911)
"And it isn't factitiously individual or dishonest. By factitiously individual I mean pretending to an individual knowledge or interest ..."

6. Biblia by Charles Henry Stanley Davis (1901)
"As Winter the extremities are at the two equinoxes, and the monster is apt to creep onward factitiously if the calendar year is not of accurate length. ..."

7. Outline of Sir William Henry Hamilton's Philosophy by John Clark Murray, William Hamilton (1870)
"prove is, in the first place, that Comparison is supposed in every, the simplest, act of knowledge ; in the second, that our factitiously simple, ..."

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