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factualism

noun fac·tu·al·ism \ˈfak-chə-wə-ˌli-zəm, -chə-ˌli-, -chü-ə-ˌli-, ˈfaksh-wə-\

Definition of FACTUALISM

:  adherence or dedication to facts
fac·tu·al·ist \-list\ noun

First Known Use of FACTUALISM

1936

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