Truth and Freedom
■ noun (plural truths /truːðz, truːƟs/) the quality or state of being true.
▶ (also the truth) that which is true as opposed to false.
▶ a fact or belief that is accepted as true.
■ adjective (truer, truest)
1 in accordance with fact or reality.
▶ rightly or strictly so called; genuine: true love.
▶ real or actual.
2 accurate or exact.
▶ (true to) accurately conforming to (a standard or expectation).
▶ (of a note) exactly in tune.
▶ (of a compass bearing) measured relative to true north.
▶ correctly positioned or aligned; upright or level.
3 loyal or faithful.
▶ chiefly archaic honest: all good men and true.