Definition of Factualness

1. Noun. The quality of being actual or based on fact. "The realm of factuality must be distinguished from the realm of imagination"

Exact synonyms: Factuality
Generic synonyms: Quality
Antonyms: Counterfactuality
Derivative terms: Factual, Factual, Factual, Factual



Definition of Factualness

1. Noun. Factuality. ¹

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Definition of Factualness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Factualness

factour
factours
facts
facts on the ground
factsheet
factsheets
factual
factualism
factualisms
factualist
factualists
factualities
factuality
factually
factualness (current term)
factualnesses
factum
factums
facture
factures
facty
facula
faculae
facular
facultative
facultative aerobe
facultative anaerobe
facultative biped
facultative bipeds

Literary usage of Factualness

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1. The Meaning of God in Human Experience: A Philosophic Study of Religion by William Ernest Hocking (1912)
"This is not to condemn the strenuous life; on the contrary, only through strenuous attention can the standard of definition and factualness be set to which ..."

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