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truth  Noun
Plural: truths
  1. Translate "truth" to Spanish: verdad, realidad, veracidad
    English Synonyms of "truth": truthfulness, veracity, lowdown, skinny, veraciousness, veridicality, veritableness
    Define meaning of "truth": The quality of nearness to the truth or the true value. ; A fact that has been verified. ; A true statement. ; Conformity to reality or actuality.
  2. He was beginning to doubt the accuracy of his compass.
    The lawyer questioned the truth of my account.
    At last he knew the truth.
    The truth is the he didn't want to do it.
    He told the truth.
    He thought of answering with the truth but he knew they wouldn't believe it.
    They debated the truth of the proposition.
    The situation brought home to us the blunt truth of the military threat.
    He was famous for the truth of his portraits.

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  3. Translate "Truth" to Spanish: Truth
    English Synonyms of "Truth": Sojourner Truth
    Define meaning of "Truth": United States abolitionist and feminist who was freed from slavery and became a leading advocate of the abolition of slavery and for the rights of women (1797-1883).

  4. Translate "truth" to Spanish: exactitud
    English Synonyms of "truth": accuracy, exactness, preciseness, precision, accurateness, definiteness, definitude, exactitude
    Define meaning of "truth": The quality of nearness to the truth or the true value.
  5. He was beginning to doubt the accuracy of his compass.
    The lawyer questioned the truth of my account.

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Conceptually-related expressions of "truth"
a few home truths
a grain a truth
a liar is not believed when he tells the truth
a little bit of truth
a smattering of truth
absolute truth
accept a deception as truth
accordance with the truth
admit the truth
alter the truth
amount of truth
an element of truth
an evident truth
and that's the truth
and ye shall know the truth
anything designed to conceal the truth by replacement
at the moment of truth
bald truth
be economical with the truth
beware of your enemies if they speak the truth
blindness to the truth
brutal truth
change the truth
children and drunks tell the truth
children and fools tell the truth
conceal the truth
concealment of the truth
concealment of truths
confess the truth
confidential and little-known truth
confirm the truth of
determine the truth
distant from truth
establish the truth
failure to tell the truth
false tongue will hardly speak truth
feign the truth
feign truth
for the sake of truth
force to tell the truth
get at the truth
get the truth
get to the truth
God's truth
gospel truth
grim truth
ground truthing
half truth
half truths
in the name of truth
in truth
in wine there is truth
investigate the issue to verify its truth
investigation of issues to verify their truth
know the exact truth about
learn the truth about
lie in order to get at the truth
literal truth
misrepresenting the truth
moment of truth
naked truth
nothing but the truth
nothing else but the truth
old saws speak truth
open one's eyes to the truth
open the eyes to the truth
out of truth
own up to the truth
plain truth
realize the truth
require the truth
reveal the truth rudely
scientific truth
self-evident truth
shocking truth
show the truth
sober truth
Sojourner Truth
speak the truth
speak the truth and nothing but the truth
state the truth
suppression of the truth
suppression of truths
tell a few home truths to
tell a lie and find a truth
tell half-truths
tell the truth
tell the whole truth
the absolute truth
the devil sometimes speaks the truth
the gospel truth
the plain truth
the truth hurts
the whole truth
the whole truth and nothing but the truth
there's no truth to it
time is the herald of truth
time tries truth
to tell the truth
to tell you the truth
unadorned truth
use ambiguous and unclear expressions in order to avoid saying the plain truth
without sticking to the truth
wrest the truth
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