factual factual  /ˈfæk tʃu əl/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) existing in act or fact
  2. (adj) of or relating to or characterized by facts

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Marilyn seems far less factual, more Cinderella or Circe than mortal.
  2. In law, factual means evidentiary, not actual.
  3. We don't go to such films in search of full factual accuracy.

News

  1. CORRECTION

    The Times Record reserves this space to correct errors appearing in our news columns. We ask readers who are aware of factual errors to telephone Managing Editor Bob Mentzinger at 504- 8209. read more
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Times Record

  2. Mobile Summit 2013: More Apps May Soon Want to Know Where You Are

    Factual, a company that provides location data on places, thinks more apps could make use of its information. Many smartphone apps have terms and conditions that allow them to collect location data from users—whether or not those apps actually use that information to improve their service. That data could soon be used in some surprising ways, by music or photo apps, for example.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Technology Review

  3. More Apps May Soon Want to Know Where You Are

    Factual, a company that provides location data on places, thinks more apps could make use of its information. Many smartphone apps have terms and conditions that allow them to collect location data from users—whether or not those apps actually use that information to improve their service. That data could soon be used in some surprising ways, by music or photo apps, for example.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Technology Review

Quotes

  1. McCain told CNN the decision was Craig's to make, "but my opinion is that when you plead guilty to a crime, you shouldn't serve. That's not a moral stand. That's not a holier-than-thou. It's just a factual situation."
    on Aug 29, 2007 By: John McCain Source: Guardian Unlimited

  2. "Defendants have exploited Ms. Smith's life and death by publishing false and defamatory factual accusations against" Stern, according to the 65-page lawsuit filed by Atlanta lawyer Lin Wood.
    on Oct 3, 2007 By: Howard K Stern Source: FOX News

  3. "There's no way that's factual," American swimmer Erik Vendt said. "He's always been such an outspoken opponent against drugs."
    on Mar 30, 2007 By: Erik Vendt Source: USA Today

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