Top Definition
In fact, by law. It is primarilly used in contrast to de facto to mean "in principle", while the latter means "in practice".
While the de jure standard is that no recruit may leave at night, it has become de facto that recruits will go out for a last night bash.
by KJ Fee January 12, 2007

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