Antonyms for factual
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : fak-choo-uh l|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈfæk tʃu əl|
Definition of factualOrigin :
- 1834, from fact on model of actual. Related: Factually.
- adj real, correct
- I told you, Brent, there was often a factual basis for fables—remember?
- Extract from : « Astounding Stories of Super-Science, June, 1930 » by Various
- But his confutation was the factual confutation of experience.
- Extract from : « The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1 (2 vols) » by Thomas De Quincey
- They are in great part responsible for the factual matter in this book.
- Extract from : « Space Platform » by Murray Leinster
- Possibility and not factual evidence support this hypothesis.
- Extract from : « The Avifauna of Micronesia, Volume 3 » by Rollin H. Baker
- He'd simply answer the factual truth to the question that had been asked.
- Extract from : « Perchance to Dream » by Richard Stockham
- The real story, the absolute, factual truth, without any nonsense.
- Extract from : « Martyr » by Alan Edward Nourse
- She doubted if it were fiction; the paragraphs had a solid, factual look.
- Extract from : « Omnilingual » by H. Beam Piper
- Ultimately we should have to be satisfied with some factual conjunction and method in events.
- Extract from : « Winds Of Doctrine » by George Santayana
- The emphasis must be on the fact; what is factual may be discovered, and these discoveries may be of use.
- Extract from : « Criminal Psychology » by Hans Gross
- Professor Sykes was prone to favor dry, factual explanations.
- Extract from : « The Space Pioneers » by Carey Rockwell
Synonyms for factual
- on the level
- straight from horse's mouth
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