He denied that fact.
Was he, in fact, guilty of wrongdoing?
A good theory is characterized by the fact that it makes a number of predictions that could in principle be disproved or falsified by observation.
We've had no rain for ages; in fact, not since the beginning of April.
Officially it is his responsibility, but in fact his secretary does all the work.
It was very expensive; in fact, I paid 100 dollars.
It is, I think, an indisputable fact that Americans are, as Americans, the most self-conscious people in the world, and the most addicted to the belief that the other nations of the earth are in a conspiracy to undervalue them.
There are lots of theories about the origins of language, but, in fact, no one really knows.
In fact, love is the only genuinely precious thing in life; it's also the only thing worthy of pursuit.
The only metal that a metal detector can detect is the metal in another metal detector. That fact was instrumental in my parents' meeting.
When Chokichi thought listlessly about this winter, and the similar winter before and the one before that, he vividly experienced the fact that as people grow older, they gradually lose their happiness.
They all get lumped together as English texts. But in fact these books are extremely varied and wide-ranging.
It can be said, in fact, that research, by exploring the greatest and the smallest, contributes to the glory of God which is reflected in every part of the universe.
A polite way to reveal knowledge of a fact without telling the source of the information is to say, "a little bird told me".
In fact, an artist lacking in confidence and fortitude would lose focus after 2 or 3 hours.
English word "fait"(fact) occurs in sets:Fiches du livre - "History of Lace" (Bury Palliser)Fiches du livre - "Oscar Wilde, a study" (André Gide)Fiches du livre - "The Bishop's Secret" (Fergus Hume)Fiches du livre - "That Scholarship Boy" (Emma Les...Fiches du livre - "Hildegarde's Home" (Laura E. Ri...