Many of those arguments are based on half truths; or no truths at all.
She was horribly unmoved by half truths; this again she accepted.
As to the opinions of the paper, it is mainly by the half truths that are in it that it does mischief.
Hence, without the aid of art, we express in words only half truths.
You pour out so many fallacies and half truths, Dick, that it is not easy to answer you right off.
She is all things to all men; she has whole truths, half truths, and quarter truths, if not still smaller fractions.
And so on, and so forth, half lies and half truths, till the patient Jones felt like wringing her neck.
That is partly true, she reflected, but half truths are not far from story-telling.
The child then knows that he has the whole truth, and half truths are never quite safe.
Such forced sentences are only half truths, or they are a bit of cheap repartee.