from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a truthful manner
- adv. Frankly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a truthful manner; with truth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with truth
If you answer these questions truthfully, is there any way you want to continue down the same foreign policy blunders of the last seven years?
Looks like I, just like Josh (who, truthfully, is mostly me from a few years back), have my own stalker to contend with.
It truthfully is much more delicious than agua de capuline from dried capulines.
Joanna has listened to her father and "truthfully" - these Gurkha soldiers are pure gold.
Michael Griffin has said that he will only stay if the Return to Moon program, etc. is continued, but truthfully, that is not one of America's overarching goals.
The only public figure I can recall truthfully stating the real reason at the time was Sadaam's deputy Tariq Azeez who did a tour of the neighbouring autocracies warning them that it wasn't really about "regime change" but about "region change".
And truthfully, that is almost a paraphrase of two local politicians '(one R and one D) comments after relishing their ability to belittle citizens at public hearings.
These Resident Evil films have never really honored the game truthfully, which is a shame.
I love his sense of humor and his ability to call truthfully a "spade a spade" in a world of news-spin.
And in regards to the WHOLE of the UUA, truthfully, that isn't true.