Conforming to the actual state of reality or fact; factually correct. (adjective)
A state in Boolean logic that indicates an affirmative or positive result. (adjective)
Loyal, faithful. (adjective)
Accurate; following a path toward the target. (adjective)
The state of being in alignment. (noun)
To straighten. (verb)
To make even, level, symmetrical, or accurate, align; adjust. (verb)
Examples of word true
Method, in whichever light we may choose to view them, that so far from being the best or the only true Method or Process of intellectual investigation, the Inductive is far inferior to the _true Deductive_
In the following figure, P is the pole of the earth; E the pole of the ecliptic; L the pole of the lunar orbit; V the mean position of the pole of the vortex at the time; the angleÂ â™ˆ EL the true longitude of the pole of the lunar orbit, equal to the _true_ longitude of the ascending node
All these forces had helped to make the doctrine of illicit love acceptable in these early days of the Anti-christ reign, so that it was only among the little gatherings of true Believers, that marriage was sanctified into the sacrament it had been in the _good, true_ old days.
I enquired of him the meaning of those affidavits --- and whether the facts therein stated were true -- to which the said Ketcham answered, that _they were true_ -- but said he did not expect it would have been made public.
But the patch itself, like everything else in the world of sense, is of a radically different kind from the things that are true or false, and therefore cannot properly be said to be _true_.