noun, plural truths [troothz, trooths]. /truðz, truθs/.
SYNONYMS FOR truth
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Idioms for truth
Origin of truth
words often confused with truth
OTHER WORDS FROM truthtruthless, adjectivetruth·less·ness, nounmis·truth, nounnon·truth, noun
Definition for truth (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for truth
Barbour actively backed six-term incumbent Thad Cochran for re-election and Sojourner ran the campaign of McDaniel.Chris McDaniel’s Campaign Manager Hearts Haley Barbour|Ben Jacobs|July 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The occasion was the unveiling of the bust of abolitionist Sojourner Truth.
No princess could have received a drawing-room with more composed (p. 236) dignity than Sojourner her audience.
I rose and announced 'Sojourner Truth,' and begged the audience to keep silence a few moments.
Then Blent had been the centre of his life, and in town he was but a stranger and a sojourner.Tristram of Blent|Anthony Hope
But with living on there, day after day, the acute sojourner became conscious of a new aspect in the spectacle.Tess of the d'Urbervilles|Thomas Hardy
The most part accounted for his turn of mind by the fact that ere he came to Virginia he had been a sojourner in New England.Audrey|Mary Johnston
British Dictionary definitions for truth
Other words from truthRelated adjectives: veritable, veracious
Derived forms of truthtruthless, adjective
Word Origin for truth
Idioms and Phrases with truth
In addition to the idioms beginning with truth
- truth is stranger than fiction
- truth will out
- gospel truth
- home truth
- moment of truth
- naked truth
- unvarnished truth