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Synonyms for fact

Synonyms for fact

that which is known about a specific subject or situation

something having real, demonstrable existence

one of the conditions or facts attending an event and having some bearing on it

the quality of being actual or factual

Words related to fact

a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred

a statement or assertion of verified information about something that is the case or has happened

an event known to have happened or something known to have existed

a concept whose truth can be proved

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In today's suburban office market, significant supplies of sublease space are a fact of life, as they are in many urban areas.
Competition is a fact of life in dance," says Linda Hamilton, a clinical psychologist with a practice that focuses on performers.
In an initial analysis of results, the McKinlays report that depression in menopausal women, long regarded as a fact of life, is due not to the physiological change but to other causes.
Some naivete and rough edges in a podcast can be charming and appealing in contrast to the sometimes over-produced feeling of professional media, but the appeal wears off pretty quickly and producers need to turn out consistent, skillful programs to hold interest: That's the basic fact of life in a very competitive field," Van Orden said.
Laurene Mascola of the Los Angles County Department of Health Services said the virus, which first appeared in the United States in 1999 in New York and moved steadily westward, is now a fact of life in California.
Attempting to enforce such a mandate would create a political environment not unlike Prohibition, where violations would become second nature and an accepted fact of life.
This makes the need for risk management tools such as KVAR both a fact of life and part of an exciting opportunity for sound and sustainable growth.
Steroids and performance-enhancing supplements are a fact of life for today's high school athletes, and it's time we start to pay attention.
Space shortage might seem like a contradiction in terms given the current state of the New Jersey office market, but the fact of life in the Princeton Route One corridor is that there is very little contiguous space of over 40,000 square-feet available.
Like or loathe it, DRM has become a fact of life for those working in the digital entertainment industry: would-be service providers will get nowhere without an acceptable DRM solution and consumers are becoming increasingly intolerant of DRM implementations which are overly restrictive.