Definition of factoid
OTHER WORDS FROM factoidfac·toi·dal, adjective
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How to use factoid in a sentence
The answers to factoid questions are easy to find in knowledge bases compared with nuanced complex open-domain questions such as the one in the passage indexing example provided by Google.
Each of these factoids gets joined up with billions of others in a sprawling, interconnected network of facts.This know-it-all AI learns by reading the entire web nonstop|Will Heaven|September 4, 2020|MIT Technology Review
The Democratic PACs had outraised them, which is an interesting little factoid in and of itself.
What is wrong and embarrassing is the President of the United States reciting a massively discredited factoid.
Though it does note that she has a tattoo—and that factoid is helpfully paired with the phrase “tough as nails.”
And by consumer and supplier agreement, no fact, factoid, or truthiness is too small to register.Can the Heart and Blood-Pressure Pill Propranolol Cure Racism?|Kent Sepkowitz|March 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
McCarthy contributes the factoid, “We have four million more government jobs in America than manufacturing jobs.”