Examples of ipso facto in a Sentence
if we refuse to tolerate bigotry, do we become, ipso facto, as intolerant as those whom we condemn?
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Former President Jimmy Carter has been married once (virtually all critics of Trump note that he is thrice married, as if that were ipso facto a character defect), and to the best of anyone’s knowledge, has been faithful to his wife all those years.
More likely, Williamson’s actual belief is that whatever Pruitt does is ipso facto good.
The need to recruit at least eight Democrats to push a new healthcare bill over the filibuster threshold will move it, ipso facto, to the left of GCHJ.
The equation here has become, for those resisting the monuments, and understandably, that anything Confederate is ipso facto a memorial to white supremacy.
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Definition of ipso facto for English Language Learners
: because of that fact : because of the fact that has just been mentioned
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