nonfact

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noun non·fact \ˌnän-ˈfakt\

Definition of nonfact

  1. :  something (such as a statement) that is not a fact :  something that is presented as a fact but is not factual … providing historical and conceptual background that we will find useful in judging the present torrents of facts … and nonfacts moving in opposite directions. — Murray Sayle

1646

First Known Use of nonfact

1646


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