Definition of factuality in English:


Pronunciation /ˌfakCHo͞oˈalitē/


See factual

‘These sentences all contain verbs in the subjunctive mood, which is used chiefly to express the speaker's attitude about the likelihood or factuality of a given situation.’
  • ‘Much of nature's factuality strikes us as both messy and unpleasant but no less fascinating thereby.’
  • ‘Laconic, deceptively unassuming and structurally clear, these works have a straightforward factuality that ultimately carries the weight of their conviction.’
  • ‘Since so many of the documents on view are themselves doctored items or spoofs, factuality becomes suspect.’
  • ‘Biography draws much of its power from its factuality, from relating what life really handed out to real people.’