Definition of Trueness

1. Noun. Conformity to reality or actuality. "He turned to religion in his search for eternal verities"

Exact synonyms: The True, Truth, Verity
Generic synonyms: Actuality
Attributes: True, False
Derivative terms: True
Antonyms: Falsity



2. Noun. The quality of being loyal.
Exact synonyms: Loyalty
Generic synonyms: Faithfulness, Fidelity
Specialized synonyms: Staunchness, Steadfastness, Allegiance, Fealty, Nationalism, Patriotism, Regionalism
Attributes: Loyal, Disloyal
Antonyms: Disloyalty
Derivative terms: True, True

3. Noun. Exactness of adjustment. "I marveled at the trueness of his aim"
Generic synonyms: Exactitude, Exactness
Derivative terms: True

Definition of Trueness

1. n. The quality of being true; reality; genuineness; faithfulness; sincerity; exactness; truth.

Definition of Trueness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being true. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trueness

1. the quality or state of being true [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trueness

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trueblues
trueborn
truebred
trued
truehearted
trueheartedness
trueing
truel
truelove
truelove knot
trueloves
truely
trueman
truemen
trueness (current term)
truenesses
truepennies
truepenny
truer
trues
truest
truffe
truffes
trufficulture
truffle
truffle hog
truffle hogs
truffle oil
truffle oils

Literary usage of Trueness

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1. Delsarte System of Oratory: Including the Complete Works of M. L'abbe by Delaumosne, Angélique Arnaud, François Delsarte (1887)
"Absolute trueness ; 2. Temperate trueness ; 3. Passional trueness. Absolute trueness is that adopted by theorists, who divide the gamut into five notes and ..."

2. The Ascent of Faith, Or, The Grounds of Certainty in Science and Religion by Alexander James Harrison (1894)
"trueness AS ABSOLUTE AND AS OBLIGATORY. So far then as we see things as they are, ... The trueness of the Divine consciousness is in this way perfect. ..."

3. Choosing Employees by Mental and Physical Tests by William Fretz Kemble (1917)
"... color, perception, range of sight ; co-ordination of hand, eye, and ear ; hearing, deafness, trueness, perception, range ; smelling, tasting, feeling. ..."

4. Leading Greeks: An Encyclopedia of the Workers in the American College by William Collin Levere (1915)
"... trueness, courage, loyalty, ' truth, chivalry, good faith and honor bright. It is because they have known these things that these Greek letter folk who ..."

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