Actuality (noun)

  1. The state or quality of being actual or real.
  2. Something that is actually the case or exists, as opposed to something imagined or hoped for.
  3. A thing that has practical reality, especially a political or social issue or situation.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french actualité or late latin actualitas, from latin actus "act".

Examples:

  1. The actuality of climate change is a matter of great concern.
  2. The actuality of the situation was much different than what was reported.
  3. The actuality of the incident was difficult to confirm.
  4. The actuality of poverty and inequality is a global challenge.
  5. The actuality of her death was a shock to everyone who knew her.
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