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fact-finding involved in the discovery and determination of the facts. [2 definitions]
-faction the act or result of making or producing.
faction a group or party within, and often at odds with, a larger organization. [2 definitions]
factional of or relating to a faction.
factious inclined toward or promoting faction; divisive or dissentious. [2 definitions]
factitious not natural or genuine; artificial.
factoid a false or half-true statement or idea, often accepted as fact because of wide circulation and frequent repetition, as in print and electronic media.
factor something that has an influence on or is a partial cause of something that happens. [4 definitions]
factorable combined form of factor.
factorage the business of one that receives a commission for carrying out commercial, industrial, or financial transactions for another. [2 definitions]
factorial the product of a given series of whole numbers, achieved by multiplying a specific positive integer by all lesser positive integers.
factory a building or set of buildings where products are manufactured.
factotum one employed to do a wide variety of tasks.
factual of or relating to fact. [2 definitions]
facula any of several large irregular bright spots or streaks visible on the surface of the sun.
facultative of or concerning the granting of a right or privilege. [3 definitions]
faculty capacity or ability, as to do a certain task or to think in a certain way. [3 definitions]
fad a fashion or behavior taken up briefly but enthusiastically; craze.
faddish relating to or having the nature of a passing fashion or craze.
fade to lose color or brightness gradually; dim. [6 definitions]
fadeaway in baseball, designating a curve ball that dips and slows down as it reaches home plate. [2 definitions]