|as though rightful, in fact||de facto|
|(Latin) part of the phrase "de facto" (in practice, in fact)||facto|
|A formal document used to record a fact and used as proof of the fact, for example stock certificates, which evidence ownership of stock in a corporation.||Certificate|
|A loose quantity term sometimes used to describe the amount of a commodityunderlying one commoditycontract; e.g., "a car of bellies." Derived from the fact that quantities of the product specified in a contract used to correspond closely to the capacit...||Car|
|accepted fact, arranged earlier, bestowed, granted, give, in view of, particular, validated||given|
|act of accusing; formal accusation presented by a grand jury (Law); accusation, criticism; state of being indicted, act of indicting somebody, formal accusation before grand jury, statement or fact that accuses||indictment|
|act of pretending, imaginative narrative which has no basis in fact (i.e. novel); category of literature including works of imaginative narratives; made-up story; act of creating with the imagination, literary works of imagination, something assumed to...||fiction|
|act of repelling, act of driving away; repugnance, disgust; force that causes two bodies to move away from one another (Physics), fact of being repulsed, repelling force, revulsion||repulsion|
|act of representing; state of being represented, fact of being served by representative, performance, picture, something described or stated, something spoken or done for another, statement inducing somebody to make contract, voting system or body of e...||representation|
|act of seizing something, disease attack, emotional fit, fact of being seized, sudden attack of disease (such as epilepsy); expropriation, confiscation; instance of taking control||seizure|
|act of surviving; continuation of life or existence (beyond that of another person, thing or event), fact of living through something, something from the past, staying alive||survival|
|act or instance of losing; failure to keep; deprivation; something which is lost; defeat; destruction, death, drop in power caused by resistance, fact of no longer having something, instance of losing contest, instance or amount of claim, money spent i...||loss|
|actual fact, argument for or against, arguments, casing, circumstance||case|
|actually, truthfully, as a matter of fact||in fact|
|adapt to a novel; create a novel from a true story (often adding fictional details), convert fact into fiction, convert movie into novel||novelize|
|adjunct, natural attachment; rightful possession; provision for the subsistence of royal descendants (as in land, regular income, etc.), apanage, natural or expected accompaniment to something, source of revenue given by sovereign||appanage|
|adjunct, natural attachment; rightful possession; provision for the subsistence of royal descendants (as in land, regular income, etc.), appanage||apanage|
|admit fact, agree, demand, having stipules, make formal promise, require that certain conditions be met before the signing of a contract; specify, require; promise, guarantee (regarding a contract)||stipulate|
|advocate of positivism (philosophical viewpoint founded by Auguste Comte that concentrates on definite fact and avoids speculation)||positivist|
|affairs, aim, apparatus, belongings, concern, deed, detail, fashion, garment, ideal, living creature, object, article; fact; matter; fabrication; idea, occurrence, preferred activity, strong like or dislike, unspecified item, what can be possessed, wor...||thing|
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