A large ornamental letter formerly used at the start of a chapter or section of a book.(noun)
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Use "fac" in a sentence
"The passage is this; speaking of "eminent persons buried" at Waltham Abbey, he says: "we spoil all, if we forget Robert Passellew, who was _dominus fac totum_ in the middle -- and _fac nihil_ towards the end -- of the reign of Henry III.""
"The next line creates a simple wrapper function to hide away the accumulator base value of int fac = (int n) = fac_."
"I know as a fac (and it pretty well shows the young genlmn's carryter), that he went that very day and ordered 2 new coats, on porpos to be introjuiced to the lords in."