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the actual facts or information about something, rather than what people think, expect, or make up
things that are true or that really happened, rather than things that are imaginary or not true
a state or situation in which something is based only on facts and evidence
the fact that something is based on accurate information
the complete truth
beliefs or opinions that most people accept to be correct
in an online conversation, repeatedly asking a person questions which suggest that you are interested in what they are talking about, but are actually intended to annoy them
the work that a teacher does when they teach a particular subject, especially to one person or to...
an electric skateboard
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Free thesaurus definition of the truth from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.