Synonyms of true in English:

true

adjective

  • 1 it may seem hard to believe, but I can assure you it's true
    accurate, correct, verifiable, faithful, literal, veracious; in accordance with reality, what actually/really happened, the case, so; unelaborated, unvarnished
    informal as true as I'm sitting/standing here
    it may seem hard to believe, but I can assure you it's true
    [Antonyms] untrue false fallacious

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true to

the completed house is remarkably true to the original diagram in keeping withconsistent within harmony within accord within accordance within agreement within line within character withcompatible withcongruent withcommensurate withappropriate tobefittingas befitssuitable forsuited to

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come true

seven years later, his dream came true be fulfilledbe realizedbecome a realityhappenoccurtake place literarycome to pass

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out of (the) true

the front wheel is a little out of true and a couple of spokes are bent askewskewat an anglelopsidedcrookedtiltingtiltedatiltdippingout of lineat a slanton the slantat an anglenot straightslopingslantingslantedslantwiseslantobliqueleaninginclininginclinedangledcamberedcantedScottishsquint

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true, faithful, loyal, constant

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