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Things fact often describes (“fact ________”)
way, tone, finding, manner, voice, attitude, man, style, statement, approach, finder, question, gathering, fashion, tones, world, person, finders, acceptance, material, sheet, statements, account, page, checking, description, knowledge, condition, fiction, sort, questions, conditionals, table, analysis, air, mind, view, explanation, terms, language, file, index, kind, contract, explanations, basis, reply, summary, family, response, answer, narrative, book, prose, details, specific, quality, report, presentation, rationalization, sheets, record, checker, descriptions, base, accounts, business, review, reality, retrieval, realism, mean, fellow, truth, interpretation

Descriptive words:
very, mere, important, simple, actual, historical, curious, interesting, remarkable, known, significant, obvious, accomplished, basic, fundamental, single, plain, striking, central, scientific, latter, sad, hard, empirical, undeniable, objective, essential, singular, indisputable, psychological, bare, strange, undoubted, historic, surprising, observed, ultimate, familiar, evident, unfortunate, inescapable, biological, crucial, noteworthy, outstanding, extraordinary, experimental, established, concrete, startling, notorious, astonishing, notable, universal, solid, alleged, literal, incontrovertible, absolute, melancholy, vital, salient, elementary, sober, physiological, relevant, contingent, wellknown


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See fact used in context: 100+ rhymes, 12 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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