- Truth is something that has been proven by facts or sincerity.
An example of truth is someone giving their real age.
truth definition by Webster's New World
- the quality or state of being true; specif.,
- Obsolete loyalty; trustworthiness
- sincerity; genuineness; honesty
- the quality of being in accordance with experience, facts, or reality; conformity with fact
- reality; actual existence
- agreement with a standard, rule, etc.; correctness; accuracy
- that which is true; statement, etc. that accords with fact or reality
- an established or verified fact, principle, etc.
- a particular belief or teaching regarded by the speaker as the true one: often with the
Origin: Middle English treuthe ; from Old English treowth: see true and amp; -th
truth definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. truths truths
- Conformity to fact or actuality.
- A statement proven to be or accepted as true.
- Sincerity; integrity.
- Fidelity to an original or standard.
- a. Reality; actuality.b. often Truth That which is considered to be the supreme reality and to have the ultimate meaning and value of existence.
Origin: Middle English trewthe, loyalty, from Old English trēowth; see deru- in Indo-European roots.
, Sojourner 1797?-1883.
photographed c. 1864
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