post-fact

or post-fac·tu·al

[pohst-fakt or pohst-fak-choo-uhl]

adjective

post-truth:We appear to be living in a post-fact society.

Nearby words

  1. post-boost phase,
  2. post-classical,
  3. post-colonial,
  4. post-consumer,
  5. post-cyclic,
  6. post-fascist,
  7. post-fordism,
  8. post-free,
  9. post-glacial,
  10. post-graduate

Origin of post-fact

First recorded in 1625–30 in the sense ex post facto; current sense was first recorded in 1990–95

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