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Sentences using the word facts. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use facts in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for facts.

  • Your facts . (10)
  • I point you facts. (10)
  • To the facts, then. (16)
  • She stated the facts. (10)
  • The facts are all before you. (8)
  • They try to get their facts right. (16)
  • This letter contains important facts. (18)
  • Will these simple facts do for fiction? (9)
  • They appear to move with an army of facts. (10)
  • Reason whispered a reminder of facts to her. (10)
  • The old butler related the facts of the assault. (8)
  • The middleaged are hard and fast for existing facts. (10)
  • It was scarcely wise to write other than plain facts. (22)
  • She had the habit of treating things spoken as facts. (10)
  • When the facts came out, he was, of course, discharged. (16)
  • Horrible suggestions, but these are the facts in the case! (17)
  • We must look round us, and accept the facts as they stood. (10)
  • Lady Dunstane despatched a few words of the facts to Diana. (10)
  • What kind of facts are of importance to the history of Music? (3)
  • She exhibited no sign of eagerness for his statement of facts. (10)
  • Genuine, or a joke of the enemy, it spoke wakening facts to him. (10)
  • So Boardman had to proceed upon a partial knowledge of the facts. (9)
  • She spared her the recital of facts further than the broad avowal. (10)
  • Mrs. Pasmer had apparently got all of these facts that she could digest. (9)
  • Such of us as made experiment of him, however, found the facts illogical. (9)
  • Poor in words as he was, he strove first to gather the bare facts in his mind. (12)
  • You may interpret many a mythic tale by the facts which lie in your own blood. (10)
  • This is one of the serious facts of the century, and controls violent language. (10)
  • I must say their laughter throughout was far beyond the mirthfulness of the facts. (9)
  • They, seeing all the facts, are not unintelligent of distinctions, as the world is. (10)
  • In the face of such facts, the estates continued to be withheld from her governance. (10)
  • And it demands facts of that, which alone cannot glibly give it facts. (8)
  • She had not been too blind to see the unpleasantness of the fresh facts revealed to her. (10)
  • She thought it unloverlike in him not to stir the past, and to bow to intolerable facts. (10)
  • Seeing her there was more strange to him than being there himself; but he bowed to facts. (10)
  • And at least the facts struck the public fancy and brought forth a remarkable family of myths. (2)
  • It is, at all events, harder than to set men and facts down, as they ought, or ought not to be. (8)
  • He could not think of any one who had done the facts of the eve of sailing on an Atlantic liner. (9)
  • The facts are admitted, so far as the alteration of this cheque and counterfoil by the prisoner. (8)
  • My facts go to show that the literary spirit is the true world-citizen, and is at home everywhere. (9)
  • He must have faced the fact with the same courage and the same trust with which he faced all facts. (9)
  • And yet how shall I convey the true state of affairs, if I shrink back from the unchangeable facts? (12)
  • But when he came to the facts he found himself unable to give them with the fulness he had promised. (9)
  • Before the evening was over, he gathered enough of the facts, and had to speculate only on the designs. (10)
  • He does not say this in his book, or hint it in any way; he gives you the facts, and leaves them with you. (9)
  • His powerful and penetrating intellect interested itself with all social and civil facts through his religion. (9)
  • It must have facts, and again facts, not only in the present and the past, but in the future. (8)
  • Still it despatched him to the looking-glass, to bring that verifier of facts in evidence against the sketch. (10)
  • Embarrassed, and not quite alive to the chapter of facts this name should have opened to him, Evan bowed again. (10)
  • Rousing himself from his reverie over the soup, James took one of his rapid shifting surveys of surrounding facts. (8)
  • How far was his big brother within reach of mere unphilosophic statements; how far was he going to attend to facts? (8)
  • By which it may be seen that she had indeed taken refuge in the Castle of Negation against the whole army of facts. (10)
  • It was unwise on her part, but she had the ghastly thought that facts were oozing out, and were already half known. (10)
  • The facts brought out appeared in the press of the smaller centres, but not a word was printed in the local papers. (16)
  • She was informed that after breakfast she would be called upon to repeat the principal facts she had been reading of. (10)
  • There was no contempt on her part, and no shame on his; the facts were accepted loyally, and no more about the matter. (2)
  • Burnamy told them a number of facts he said Stoller had got together about the place, and had given him to put in shape. (9)
  • Out of the sweet and dear delight of this encyclopedian reserve two or three facts appeared with a present distinctness. (9)
  • But, madam, if not, you may pronounce me incapable of conquering any woman, or of taking an absolute impression of facts. (10)
  • It does not avail to say that the daily papers teem with facts far fouler and deadlier than any which fiction could imagine. (9)
  • That letter was on the table now; it would be read to the Shareholders, who would of course be put into possession of all the facts. (8)
  • Yet the Italians are rather plain-spoken, and they recognize facts which our company manners at least do not admit the existence of. (9)
  • Westover was still in the first surprise of the American facts, and he wondered just what part in the picnic Jeff was to bear socially. (9)
  • Excuse me, Miss Galbraith, for troubling you with these facts of a personal history, which, as you say, is a matter of perfect indifference to you. (9)
  • General principles were nothing to her; she lost no force brooding over the justice or injustice of her situation, but merely tried to digest its facts. (8)
  • But her vehement fighting against facts; her obstinate aristocratic prejudices, which he shared; her stinger of a tongue: these in ebullition formed a discomforting prospect. (10)

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