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factuality

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factual +‎ -ity

NounEdit

factuality (uncountable)

  1. The state or quality of being factual
  2. That which is factual
    • 2007 November 7, Samuel G. Freedman, “New Class(room) War: Teacher vs. Technology”, New York Times:
      Just as fiction can limn truths beyond the grasp of factuality, Professor Nazemis' act of guerrilla theater, which he recounted last week in a telephone interview, attested to the exasperation of countless teachers and professors in the computer era.

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