truism[ troo-iz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF truism
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRUISM
From the swing at golf to the manner of lighting a match in the wind, this truism applies.
After seeming to hover for a time on the verge of a great truth, we have gained only a truism.
"As above so below, and as below so above," is a truism which we may safely take as our first maxim.
All this is truism; but truisms are often the first things we forget.
I will begin by assuming that it is a truism, and will then try to prove that it is true.
Again, to assert the prominence of Jews as actors is uttering a truism.
That is a truism, but no other saying can apply to what I am about to tell you.
If that's a truism, it's still the truth, as true as the fact that this ship cannot fail.
Do you stop this lecture to say that all this is a truism—a “chestnut”?
It is a truism, that, when one loves truly, one is never satisfied.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR TRUISM
- fait accompli