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The Washington Post’s Geoffrey Fowler found some apps were not being truthful about their privacy policies in their labels, and that could create a false sense of security for consumers.

From Vox

What’s needed is a serious, truthful Rush Limbaugh to come on the scene in conservative talk.

From Time

We must engage community leaders, churches, activists, doctors, and people in every neighborhood in America as well as celebrities of every stripe to get truthful vaccine messages out to the public.

The university declined to make Bunch available but acknowledged Stockstill had questioned whether the player was being truthful.

Clinesmith said he thought at the time he was inserting truthful information.

No one could agree on which side they felt was more truthful or believable, and the answers kept changing.

It depends who is going to be involved and how truthful it is.

So, I would take them rather than wear them because I wanted to be truthful to my own body.

Who shapes what the public comes to see as truth, and how truthful is that truth?

For our storytelling to be truthful we need to address this fact, not turn away from it.

The Swiss soon found out that in Hephzibah he was dealing with a truthful girl; for the tale, though oft repeated, never varied.

Deception, so hateful to her truthful soul, she was compelled to carry on even against her trusting husband.

Letters of Recommendation should be truthful, polite, and carefully considered.

She took the note from her pocket and pondered each word; the cruel, truthful words!

“I have,” said Jim, in a tone and with a look so earnest and truthful that Nora required no further assurance.


On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to truthful, such as: believable, candid, correct, factual, forthright, and precise.

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