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Stick to the facts

DEFINITION

Remain truthful, don’t be distracted by rumors. ‘Stick’ implies not losing a sense of what is true in contrast to fake news or libelous opinion.

“The police didn’t want my opinion on the robbery, they just wanted me to stick to the facts of the incident.”

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