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truth set

noun
1.
(logic, maths) Also called solution set. the set of values that satisfy an open sentence, equation, inequality, etc, having no unique solution
2.
(logic) the set of possible worlds in which a statement is true
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  • In this respect Balboa was no better than his comrades, and in truth set them an example which they were not slow in following.

    Vasco Nuez de Balboa Frederick Albion Ober
  • How many times had the truth set her knee inexorably upon his breast!

    Les Misrables Victor Hugo
  • Doctrine is nothing but the skin of truth set up and stuffed.

  • The greatest alarm prevailed when the report was confirmed, that the Governor had in truth set forth.

    Joan of Arc Lucy Foster Madison
  • This antagonism, however, is not to be taken as overthrowing or even weakening the truth set forth in this chapter.

    Theoretical Ethics Milton Valentine

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