from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Consistently telling the truth; honest.
- adj. Corresponding to reality; true.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Honest, and always telling the truth.
- adj. Accurately depicting what is real.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of truth; veracious; reliable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of truth; habitually speaking the truth; veracious.
- Conformable to truth; correct; true: as, a truthful statement.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. conforming to truth
- adj. expressing or given to expressing the truth
U.S. military commanders say they're just countering in the information battle space with what they call truthful and reliable information.
The others headed their flimsy "Sad Accident," a title truthful but not alluring.
First off, no one here knows who you are or how truthful is your claim.
ANOTHER thing that proves I have always been accurate and truthful is the FACT that a guy claimed to be a Marine and he was arrested and charged under the stolen valor act within days of the complaint.
If faith healers, televangelists and the like are permitted to express ridiculous statements about investments, predictions, morality, superstitution and the like, and to scam the gullible at a fearsome clip, how could the government restrain truthful statements from the Church Of The Personal Temple?
Mr. Petzal-Being truthful is playing into the hands of our opposition?
Once again being truthful is not being left … that is why you are always twisted into knots MA.
Thereon he turned to her and said, O handmaid of good, fear not neither grieve, for verily Allah the Protector loveth those who protect; but tell me in truthful way thy case, as
I am assuming that they will remain truthful to their word that once the Supreme Court rules on a matter itâ€ ™ s settled law be it abortion or phone numbers.
Homer's description of the latter piece of marvelous workmanship -- which is often referred to as a truthful picture of the times, and especially of the advanced condition of some of the arts and sciences in the Heroic, or post-Heroic, age -- is too long for insertion here entire; but we proceed to give sufficient extracts from it to show at least the magnificent conception of the poet.