[ fak-tis-i-tee ]
/ fækˈtɪs ɪ ti /
the condition or quality of being a fact; factuality.
No Flubdub Here—Only Facts In This Word Of The Day Quiz!This week's Word of the Day Quiz is pure cynosure!
What Is The Difference Between “Might” And “May”?May expresses likelihood while might expresses a stronger sense of doubt or a contrary-to-fact hypothetical. The difference in degree between “You may be right” and “You might be right” is slight but not insignificant: if I say you may be right about something, there is a higher degree of probability that you are right about it than if I say you might be right about something. Example: You think Einstein is the most brilliant physicist who …
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019