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acknowledge to admit or recognize the truth, existence, fact, or validity of. [1/4 definitions]
acknowledgment the act of acknowledging, or the fact of being acknowledged. [1/2 definitions]
acquittal the act of acquitting, or the fact or condition of being acquitted.
actual verified as a fact or as being the real thing. [1/3 definitions]
actuality the state or fact of truly or currently existing; reality. [1/2 definitions]
actually as a matter of fact; really. [1/2 definitions]
adoption the act or fact of becoming the legal parent of another person's child, or the act or condition of being thus adopted as another's child. [1/2 definitions]
affiliation the condition or fact of being affiliated, esp. with an organization.
after all used to remind the listener of an important fact or to ask the listener to consider this fact. [1/2 definitions]
age the fact of being in the latter years of one's life. [1/11 definitions]
although in spite of the fact that; even though; though.
as1 a fact that. [1/11 definitions]
asymp tomatic not showing any symptoms of a disease (usu. used in reference to an individual who does, in fact, have the disease and may or may not be a carrier).
attraction the state or fact of being attracted (often fol. by "to"). [1/4 definitions]
attribution the act or fact of attributing.
authorization the act of authorizing, or the condition or fact of being authorized. [1/2 definitions]
baseless without basis in fact or reason; unfounded.
being the state or fact of living or existing. [1/3 definitions]
bereavement the condition or fact of being deprived of something or someone, especially by the death of a loved one.
bet to feel sure or confident without knowing (something) as a fact. [1/7 definitions]
betrothal the act or fact of being mutually pledged to marry; engagement.