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He said those deceivers would cause Christians who remain true to His teachings to become reviled.

This will remain true whether or not the Americans cut the generals loose.

Those were the words of General Sherman1 150 years ago, and they remain true today.

While the platform it certainly discouraging, it would be naïve to believe any party will inflexibly remain true to its platform.

I am struggling at present to remain true to a newly dedicated state of mind and way.

David, wishing to remain true to “history” and to “style,” had depicted contemporary events with reluctance.

Under those circumstances it needs little strength to remain true.

To all his entreaties she turned a deaf ear, preferring to remain true to her youthful Allan.

This is an important condition because the cylinder bore must remain true under all conditions of operation.

The local organizations of the Democratic party, however, did not always remain true to faith.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to remain true, such as: last, operate, remain, stay, apply, and exist.

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