Definition of "matter-of-factness" [matter-of-factness]
The property of behaving in a matter-of-fact manner.(noun)
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Use "matter-of-factness" in a sentence
"The awakening of this homosexuality is contemplated with a restraint, maturity and matter-of-factness that seems absent from the media and the public sphere, where the military can't easily shake Victorian protocol, where the states form a patchwork quilt of conflicting same-sex marriage laws, where gay teens make headlines when they're beaten or suicidal."
"Most readers will chuckle at the matter-of-factness in Scieszka's description; an astute reader might also notice the fact that the mother prefers "passing gas" to, say, "flatulence.""
"How the writer, in particular, creates the narrative, finds the words, creates the mood to capture the reality of that moment with a clarity almost beyond real … anchored in the everydayness of the act, the matter-of-factness of thought and thoughtlessness."