nonfactual

adjective
non·​fac·​tu·​al | \ ˌnän-ˈfak-chə-wəl How to pronounce nonfactual (audio) , -chəl, -chü-əl, -ˈfaksh-wəl\

Definition of nonfactual

: not relating to, concerned with, or based on facts : not factual nonfactual statements/information

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Dear Amy: My half-sister has been posting inflammatory and nonfactual information on Facebook about her adoptive family. Amy Dickinson, The Denver Post, "Ask Amy: Woman reels from memories of tough childhood," 10 Mar. 2017

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First Known Use of nonfactual

1912, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of nonfactual was in 1912

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