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truther

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Pronunciation: /ˈtruːθə/

Definition of truther in English:

noun

[usually with modifier] US informal
A person who doubts the generally accepted account of an event, believing that an official conspiracy exists to conceal the true explanation; a conspiracy theorist: she denied evolution, AIDS/HIV, and was a 9/11 truther
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  • Right-wing poll truthers do not understand party ID in polls.
  • The reason truthers exist is that some people find it impossible to change their mind regardless of the facts.
  • Like all 'truthers', he doesn't allow mere facts to get in the way of a conspiracy theory.

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