truth

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  • Just as truth comes to one individual at a time so does love.
  • Truth comes to a single individual, not all people at one and the same time.
  • For various reasons individuals will not tell the truth on such a private matter.
  • Even decades later, it is impossible to know the full truth of these events.
  • They are the model theory of truth and the proof theory of truth.
  • He says, for example, that he is the way, the truth, and the life.
  • I should say at least that that was a self-evident truth. Cited from Speeches and Letters of Abraham Lincoln, 1832-1865, by Abraham Lincoln
  • They tell the truth and ensure that the full truth is known.
  • Truth became one of the first black women to go to court against a white man and win the case.
  • There is evidence that there may be an element of truth to this.
  • He believed that no religious community could claim a monopoly on religious truth.
  • I might as well tell you the truth.
  • He also begins to discover the truth about his new powers.
  • However, he believed the public was just not ready to know some truths.
  • Harris wrote extensively on how science can influence how we view moral truth.
  • As a result they can then continue their inquiry as to the truth of this claim.
  • A truth is necessary if it is true in all possible worlds.
  • It doesn't make me popular with the public, but it's the truth.
  • It is in this self-evident truth that is found a sure ground of confidence. Cited from Twentieth Century Negro Literature, by Various
  • The living truth is seen as more far-reaching than national, cultural, or religious boundaries.
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Meaning of truth

  • noun A fact that has been verified
    at last he knew the truth, the truth is that he didn't want to do it
  • noun Conformity to reality or actuality
    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, he turned to religion in his search for eternal verities
  • noun A true statement
    he told the truth, he thought of answering with the truth but he knew they wouldn't believe it
  • noun 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)