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How Do You Spell FACTO?

Correct spelling for the English word "Facto" is [f_ˈa_k_t_əʊ], [fˈaktə͡ʊ], [fˈaktə‍ʊ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of FACTO

  1. In fact; by the act or fact.

Anagrams of FACTO

4 letters

3 letters

Common Misspellings for FACTO

Below is the list of 98 misspellings for the word "facto".

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Usage Examples for FACTO

  1. There will, and must be, difference; and difference too, Scotland being what it is, in which the religious element will not fail to mingle; but not the less completely on that account will the scheme restore the Scottish schools to the Scottish people, as represented by the majority, and to the membership of the Free Church, in the de facto statistical sense and proportion in which the Free Church is national. - "Leading Articles on Various Subjects" by Hugh Miller
  2. It was in the political interest of Germany as well, to afford the French nation the possibility of establishing by its own free and regular election a government which should have full right to conclude a peace creditable to the people; for the self- constituted de facto Government ruling in Paris was the offspring of a revolution, and might at any moment be removed by a counter- revolution. - "The Franco-German War of 1870-71" by Count Helmuth, von Moltke
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