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Our discussion on Tuesday was about the consequences of that revelation in the factious Trump White House.
But in order to make Bannon’s vision a reality, Congress, in its divided, factious state, needs to be on board.
Would this new and factious approach to daily living bleed into the Super Bowl?
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Origin and Etymology of factious
Middle French or Latin; Middle French factieux, from Latin factiosus, from factio
First Known Use: circa 1527See Words from the same year
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