Definition of factually in English:

factually

Pronunciation /ˈfak(t)SH(o͞o)əlē/ /ˈfæk(t)ʃ(u)əli/

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adverb

  • With regard to what is actually the case; in relation to fact.

    ‘his assertion is factually incorrect’
    • ‘the evidence is legally and factually insufficient’
    • ‘He can say things that aren't necessarily factually correct and get away with it.’
    • ‘The film is factually based on the time and events surrounding the Cuban Missile Crisis.’
    • ‘Is this evidence legally and factually sufficient to support the trial court's finding of $1825 actual damages based on the value of the two dogs?’
    • ‘The company has agreed to change "factually inaccurate" ads that took a pop at its rival.’
    • ‘He sets out to expose the stories told about Turpin since his death as factually incorrect.’
    • ‘I thought that they'd care more about designing a lesson that was more factually correct than interesting.’
    • ‘I have the sense that most designers tend to be lefties but that is surely not factually the case.’
    • ‘Whether they factually did have those experiences or not may be in doubt - but they definitely think they did.’
    • ‘Just because something "is" a certain way scientifically or factually, does not mean that is the way it ought to be in an ethical sense.’
    • ‘Make sure the report is factually up to date and correct.’