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Spell check of fact

Correct spelling: fact

matter-of-factness, definiteness, in fact, factualness, transaction, situation, adventure, attestation, particular, corroboration, authentication, factuality, connotation, basis, matter, certification, evidence, illusion, actually, essentially, authenticity, nicety, construction, concomitant, consideration, clearly, factor, counter-evidence, evidently, exhibit, establishment, substance, deed, intelligence, in point of fact, declaration, entity, act, support, creation, honestly, testimony, indication, rightness, event, absoluteness, certitude, information, precisely, knowledge, word, solidity, error, scripture, occurrence, feature, observation, proof, illustration, truism, accomplishment, fancy, circumstance, surely, real, certainly, action, certainty, case, simply, lore, proceeding, objectivity, gospel, materiality, substantiation, data, exemplification, accompaniment, organism, affair, deposition, permanence, manifestation, veracity, documentation, item, confirmation, A to Z, findings, news, being, law, detail, reality, actuality, truth, performance, literally, position, existence, demonstration, statement, specimen, determination, happening, specific, honesty, untruth, particularity, experience, bottom line, substantiality, datum, facts, fiction, quotation, incident, validation, phenomenon, really, palpability, report, verity, axiom, episode, point.

falsehood, irreality, fiction, eventuality, illusion, potentiality, fantasy, dreaminess, myth, possibility, probability, fancy, misstatement, fallacy, unreality, inaccuracy, misconception, error.

Examples of usage:

1) Fact is I made myself King. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) In fact it is neither. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

3) As a matter of fact, it had not been made. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.