[ UK /tɹˈuːθfə‍lnəs/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹuθfəɫnəs/ ]
  1. the quality of being truthful
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How To Use truthfulness In A Sentence

  • The reporter raised a question touching the truthfulness of his statements.
  • I accept that Paul believes in the truthfulness of what he told me.
  • With her, untruthfulness had always been a difficult matter. CHAPTER VII
  • Among her many virtues are loyalty,spunk,and truthfulness.
  • Among her many virtues are loyalty, courage, and truthfulness.
  • Her story was told with evident reluctance, but in a simple, straightforward manner, that attested its truthfulness.
  • The truthfulness of a measurement is reflected in its reliability and validity.
  • Indeed, it is nowadays oddly daring for a real artistic talent (that is, one properly attentive to considerations of language and truthfulness) to "confine" itself to this task. New Fiction
  • Much of the book deals with scandals and questions of "truthfulness" - the very questions that have dominated the conversation about memoir in recent years. SMITH Magazine Superfeed
  • Here's a soundtrack that really matches the truthfulness of the film itself.
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