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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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Herzlich, Herzlich Consulting; "Record retention, friend or foe," Bob Crockett, Latham & Watkins; "Chemical analysis of tire failure surface," James Rancourt, Polymer Solutions; "Class action attack and avoidance, a new fact of life," George Rooney, Roetzel & Andress; "Self critical analysis of internal design and manufacturing investigations," Jeff Casto, Roetzel & Andress; "Forensic microscopy of tire failures," Ron Smith, consultant; and "Legal/technical aspects of legislated tire issues, tread act and other federal/industry activities," Ann Wilson and Steve Butcher, Rubber Manufacturers Association.
Dispersion of yearling bucks in and out of your hunting area is simply a fact of life.
Recounting that product recalls had been a fact of life for her as PR counselor to consumer food manufacturers, Resnick says the key to stress management in our profession is to "preempt.
White-Collar redundancy has become such a fact of life over this decade that it has lost much of its sting.
ISO 9000 is now also a fact of life for suppliers to the U.
Ideas of social entropy, now being embraced on all sides, suggest that we are leaving the age of reason to enter one akin to the Middle Ages, in which humanity in all its aspects will roam unfettered and turmoil will be an inalienable fact of life.
Despite the great physical strength of trees-and the complex defensive tricks they employ to survive to a ripe old age in one place-it is a fact of life that all trees must someday die.
IT'S a sad fact of life that there was only one Elvis but around five million impersonators.
Possible risks in 2005 include rising interest rates, an improving stock market, escalating operational costs and the potential threat of terrorism, which has become a fact of life for many major cities.
Life shouldn't stop at around 40, but for dancers this is a fact of life.