Definition of Accomplished fact
1. Noun. An irreversible accomplishment.
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Literary usage of Accomplished fact
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1. The Complete Photographer by Roger Child Bayley (1906)
"... elder Niepce and bitumen— Daguerre discovers daguerreotype — Talbot — Photography an accomplished fact—Wet collodion—The first dry plates—Developments ..."
2. America and the Canal Title; Or, An Examination, Sifting and Interpretation by Joseph C. Freehoff (1916)
"That is already an accomplished fact. The question, and the only question, is whether or not we shall build an Isthmian Canal. I transmit herewith copies of ..."