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Definition of "facts" []

  • An event or thing known to have happened or existed (noun)
  • A truth verifiable from experience or observation (noun)
  • A piece of information (noun)
  • An actual event, happening, etc, as distinguished from its legal consequences. Questions of fact are decided by the jury, questions of law by the court or judge (noun)
  • A proposition that may be either true or false, as contrasted with an evaluative statement (noun)
  • Plural form of fact. (noun)

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Use "facts" in a sentence
  • "The facts stated may be true, but there are _other facts_ which are not stated equally true, and which the scope and purpose of such reports did not render it necessary to collect."
  • "-- _Notice the facts which this paragraph contains, and the relation to each other of the clauses and the sentences expressing these facts_: --"
  • "‘One cannot disbelieve facts, Darya Alexandrovna, ’ said he, with an emphasis on the word ‘facts."