in point of fact


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in point of fact

In all truth; with specific regard to the facts. It's odd that you would criticize me for that when, in point of fact, I never said such a thing.
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in point of fact

just to point out a fact; in fact. In point of fact, I am not late. You are simply way too early.
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in point of ˈfact

used to say what is true in a situation: ‘Picasso painted this picture in 1935.’ ‘In point of fact, Joanna, he painted it in 1934.’I’ll visit you next time I’m in Berlin. In point of fact, I’m supposed to be going there next month, so why don’t I come and see you then?
See also: fact, of, point