Definition of Truisms

1. Noun. (plural of truism) ¹



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Definition of Truisms

1. truism [n] - See also: truism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Truisms

truffle oils
truffled
trufflelike
truffles
truffley
truffling
truffly
trug
trugg
trugging-house
trugging-houses
trugs
truing
truism
truismatic
truisms (current term)
truistic
trulls
trully
truly
truly yours
trumeau
trumeaus
trumeaux
trummerfeld scurvy zone
trump
trump card
trump cards
trump out

Literary usage of Truisms

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1. Principles of Economics by Fred Manville Taylor (1921)
"CHAPTER XIV SOME MONEY truisms Having briefly analyzed and described the system of Money and Credit Exchange, it is now in order to set forth some of the ..."

2. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"Teach your grandmother to suck eggs, a familiar English proverb, applied to the aspiring youth who utters truisms for paradoxes, or, ..."

3. New Adventures by Michael Monahan (1917)
"XXIV When head and heart ripen together, rich is the harvest. xxv Fail not to make a daily offering to the great god Futility! Truths and truisms BARRING ..."

4. The King's English by Henry Watson Fowler, Francis George Fowler (1906)
"truisms AND CONTRADICTIONS IN TERMS A contradiction in terms is often little more than a truism turned inside out; we shall therefore group the two together ..."

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