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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
adjective COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a factual error (= which includes a fact that is wrong ) ▪ The article contains many factual errors. factual data ▪ It’s difficult to collect factual data on these insects. COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ NOUN accuracy ...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Factual , launched in October 2009, is an open data platform developed to maximize data accuracy, transparency, and accessibility. It provides access through web service APIs and reusable, customisable web applications. It is described by its founder, Gil ...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
adj. of the nature of fact; having actual existence; "rocks and trees...the actual world"; "actual heroism"; "the actual things that produced the emotion you experienced" [syn: actual ] of or relating to or characterized by facts; "factual considerations" ...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
a. Of or characterised by or consisting of facts.

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
factual \fac"tu*al\ (f[a^]k*t[-u]"al), a. of or pertaining to facts; as, factual inaccuracies. [R.] containing only facts (as contrasted with opinions or speculations); as, a factual report.

Usage examples of factual.

State commissions and factual determinations which were found to be inseparable from the legal and constitutional issue of confiscation.

That he must undergo sexual reassignment surgery, that he must make his male genitals disappear, demonstrates that male and female, and thus sexual identity, are factual and discontinuous.

To ensure confirmation of factual material it would be useful for the authorities, when they have been properly alerted, to have access to witnesses.

The terms of reference for each commission was to verify that spirit healings are factual and to try and discover how the lost gift of healing could be revived in the pastoral work of the churches.

The voluminous submissions accompanying these cross motions leave no factual issues concerning which further evidence is likely to be presented at a trial.

The factual undergirding is documented in the Notes, some of which unveil new historical data.

All typos and atrocious factual boners have now (hopefully) been fixed, for one thing.

Magazines wanted the war pictures as the factual basis for their engravings, although everyone else with money to spend on images wanted little portraits on cartes de visite.

There was no factual evidence that he had ever gone to the mansion in Cremorne but the circumstantial evidence that he had done so was too strong not to be accepted.

My own factual knowledge of DBDG anatomy tells me that you are unusually large and well muscled, and singularly lacking in unsightly, wobbly slabs of adipose tissue, for a male of your species.

Whatever the reason, no worthwhile contemporary books on the remarkable Flavius Romulus have come down to us, only mere factual chronicles and some fawning panegyrics.

So, after discussing it with Jim Baen and getting his go-ahead, I tried the experiment of producing an online magazine which would incorporate the best of the fan fiction, with me serving as editor, as well as a number of factual articles which bear on the series.

Her respiration, blood pressure, pulse, and her galvanic skin response would convince any polygraph examiner that she was telling the truth, because she would be convinced that her vile accusations were indeed factual in every detail.

But all I could think of was the cold, factual summing up of the Judge Advocate.

At one time it was a non-political factual paper specializing in a genteel form of muck-raking (exposure of patent medicine frauds, etc.