October 1st, 2020

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A to Z Challenge

Here’s the rules:
1) 100 words or 1 graphic for each letter of the alphabet.
2) Get all 26 by January 15th and win a banner!

It’s that easy.
And perk – It’s the alphabet you know what’s coming if you want to get ahead of it. There is no need for your work to all connect. There is no need for them to be in order.

Like the Numbers challenge, if you are stuck or would like a random word to use, poke me and I will provide.

Now everyone give me an

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Word of the Day 10/01/20 De Facto

De Facto (adverb, adjective, noun)
de facto [ dee -fak-toh, dey ]


adverb, adjective
1. in fact; in reality: Although his title was prime minister, he was de facto president of the country. Although the school was said to be open to all qualified students, it still practiced de facto segregation.
2. actually existing, especially when without lawful authority (distinguished from de jure).

noun
3. Australian. a person who lives in an intimate relationship with but is not married to a person of the opposite sex; lover.

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH DE FACTO
de jure

WORDS RELATED TO DE FACTO
existing, actual, factual, real, in fact, in reality, actually, in effect, really, tangible, truly, genuinely, veritably

See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com

Origin: First recorded in 1595–1605, de facto is from Latin dē factō literally, “from the fact”

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.