1. factual

adjective. ['ˈfæktʃuːəl'] existing in act or fact.


  • actual
  • existent


  • abstract
  • unrealistic
  • unreality

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Rhymes with Factual

  • contractual

How do you pronounce factual?

Pronounce factual as ˈfækʧuəl.

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Sentences with factual

1. Adjective
Ensure you give factual life accounts in an interesting way and not a historical recap.

Quotes about factual

1. Photography is more than a medium for factual communication of ideas. It is a creative art.
- Ansel Adams

2. Truth is what is true, and it's not necessarily factual. Truth and fact are not the same thing. Truth does not contradict or deny facts, but it goes through and beyond facts. This is something that it is very difficult for some people to understand. Truth can be dangerous.
- Madeleine L'Engle

3. [B]riefing is not reading. In fact it is the antithesis of reading. Briefing is terse, factual and to the point. Reading is untidy, discursive and perpetually inviting. Briefing closes down a subject, reading opens it up.
- Alan Bennett, The Uncommon Reader