Antonym: untruthful. Similar words: faithful, truth, in truth, crutch, brutal, scrutiny, south, inscrutable. Meaning: ['truːθfʊl] adj. 1. expressing or given to expressing the truth 2. conforming to truth.
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1 Are you being completely truthful with me?
2 You and I must be truthful with each other.
3 I don't think you are being entirely truthful.
4 He was not always truthful.
5 They were less than truthful about their part in the crime.
6 To be quite truthful with you, I'm not very keen on this colour.
7 We've all learnt to be fairly truthful about our personal lives.
8 Gwen adjured him to be truthful.
9 Most religions teach you to be truthful and self-disciplined.
10 He is very truthful — he never lies.
11 The trader was truthful and without deceit.
12 Let's have some plain,(www.Sentencedict.com) truthful answers.
13 She could not give him a truthful answer.
14 Are you being quite truthful with me?
15 His book, while truthful, is wanting in excitement.
16 The public has a right to expect truthful answers from politicians.
17 As I try to be truthful, I expect everyone else to be truthful.
18 You can count on him for a truthful report of the accident.
19 She was completely truthful about her involvement in the affair.
20 To be quite truthful with you, Betty, I never really liked the man.
21 I think she is a truthful and moral person.
22 Not everyone believes the government is being truthful.
23 As a child she was obedient and truthful.
24 We can win for them by being truthful.
25 I hope we can be truthful with each other.
26 I must be truthful in my films.
27 What would a truthful man say?
28 Lucy's normally an extremely truthful little girl.
29 I have only one question to ask you, and I want a truthful answer.
30 The judge made it clear that he thought the complainant was the truthful witness and that the case should continue.
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