from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the quality of being contrary to fact.
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- n. the quality of being contrary to fact
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When it comes to novels, counterfactuality is still a winner.
But even McCaughey might be stunned by the counterfactuality of some allegations in play since Congress passed the two bills in late March.
How about updating to reflect the counterfactuality of calling Ginsberg a Harvard or Yale grad?
Indeed, as Atram points out In Gods We Trust, religious notions persist in large part precisely because their counterfactuality makes ‘em memorable.