View definitions for trueness


Discover More

Example Sentences

For that reason, you can’t make true dal makhani with any other bean.

With headphones on, it’s true that you can almost feel arrows whiz by your left ear, while a torch crackles to the right of your head.

Some 63% of the new CEOs had previous experience as CEOs—something true of only 44% of those named in the prior five months.

From Fortune

“I’m not going to be on there saying some stuff that’s not true,” he said.

A true autodidact, Peale saw himself as a naturalist and scientist.

Outside these limits, the cheeses are often marketable but they lose in quality63 and trueness to type.

History, he says, is a hybrid form of experience, incapable of any considerable degree of being or trueness.

Or are there others whose perfect trueness produces this effect?

What a wise man Dickens was to reveal so much sweetness and trueness in the life of such a woman as Phœbe!

But now he began to realize that his trueness to God would mean the sacrifice of his own bosom companion.


On this page you'll find 239 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trueness, such as: adherence, allegiance, devotion, faith, fealty, and fidelity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.