Definition of facty in English:

facty

Pronunciation /ˈfakti/

adjective

  • 1That provides or contains many facts; highly factual.

  • 2That knows many facts, interested (only) in facts.

    Chiefly in or after the writings of H. G. Wells, with the implication ‘lacking in emotion or imagination’.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Gentlemen's Magazine. From fact + -y.