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Noun. At some point you have to face the simple truth that we failed. Their explanation was simpler but came closer to the truth. The article explains the truth about global warming.
Now only 6% of teens smoke. That’s down from 23% in 2000 and from 7% last year! We can get it to 0%. We’re already so close.
The English word truth is derived from Old English tríewþ, tréowþ, trýwþ, Middle English trewþe, cognate to Old High German triuwida, Old Norse tryggð.Like troth, it is a -th nominalisation of the adjective true (Old English tréowe).
17135 quotes have been tagged as truth: Marilyn Monroe: ‘I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times ...
(often initial capital letter) ideal or fundamental reality apart from and transcending perceived experience: the basic truths of life.
"You're supposed to put yourself out, seek the truth, and take what comes from it." During the election of 2004, 60 minutes producer, Mary Mapes (Blanchett) uncovers a story saying that President Bush went AWOL from the national guard for a year.