truth|ful

truth|ful
truth|ful «TROOTH fuhl», adjective.
1. disposed to tell, or habitually telling, the truth; free from deceitfulness: »

a truthful child.

SYNONYM(S): veracious, honest, candid.
2. telling the truth; correct in statement: »

a truthful witness.

3. conforming to truth; factually accurate: »

You can count on him for a truthful report of the accident.

SYNONYM(S): exact, correct.
truth´ful|ly, adverb.
truth´ful|ness, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • truth´ful|ness — truth|ful «TROOTH fuhl», adjective. 1. disposed to tell, or habitually telling, the truth; free from deceitfulness: »a truthful child. SYNONYM(S): veracious, honest, candid. 2. telling the truth; correct in statement: »a truthful witness. 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • un|truth´ful|ly — un|truth|ful «uhn TROOTH fuhl», adjective. 1. not truthful; contrary to the truth; untrue: »an untruthful rumor. 2. not telling the truth: »an untruthful child. –un|truth´ful|ly, adverb. –un|truth´ful|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|truth|ful — «uhn TROOTH fuhl», adjective. 1. not truthful; contrary to the truth; untrue: »an untruthful rumor. 2. not telling the truth: »an untruthful child. –un|truth´ful|ly, adverb. –un|truth´ful|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

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