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Definitions of TRUTH
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n. [Anglo-Saxon, German] The quality of being true; â€“conformity to fact or reality; â€“conformity to rule; exactness; â€“fidelity; constancy; â€“the practice of speaking truth; veracity; â€“honesty; virtue; â€“real state of things; verity; reality; â€“a verified fact; an established principle, fixed law, or the like.
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