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

Other words from factualism

factualist \ˈfak-chə-wə-list, -chə-list, -chü-ə-list, ˈfaksh-wə- \ noun

First Known Use of factualism

1936, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for factualism

factual + -ism

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