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truehearted

or true-heart·ed

[troo-hahr-tid]
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adjective
  1. faithful; loyal.
  2. honest; sincere.
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Origin of truehearted

1425–75; late Middle English true hartyd; see true, heart, -ed3
Related formstrue·heart·ed·ness, noun
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Examples from the Web for truehearted

Historical Examples

  • "I will go in and see her," said the lighthearted but truehearted woman.

    Charlemont

    W. Gilmore Simms

  • If you are truehearted, you will see things you will not easily forget.

  • Touching is the shame felt by these truehearted youths owing to the attitude of their country at the outset of the war.

    The Forerunners

    Romain Rolland

  • Could you really hold me to be blameless, and do you think that truehearted women act usually so?

  • Under a truehearted leader they would doubtless have stood their ground.