matter-of-fact

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mat·ter–of–fact

adjective \ˌma-tər-ə(v)-ˈfakt\

: not showing emotion especially when talking about exciting or upsetting things

Full Definition of MATTER-OF-FACT

:  adhering to the unembellished facts; also :  being plain, straightforward, or unemotional
mat·ter–of–fact·ly \-ˈfak(t)-lē\ adverb
mat·ter–of–fact·ness \-ˈfak(t)-nəs\ noun

First Known Use of MATTER-OF-FACT

1712

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