- Ralph Waldo Emerson
true /tru/ [troo]
adjective, tru·er, tru·est, noun, adverb, verb, trued, tru·ing or true·ing.
1. being in accordance with the actual state or conditions; conforming to reality or fact; not false: a true story.
2. real; genuine; authentic: true gold; true feelings.
3. sincere; not deceitful: a true interest in someone's welfare.
4. firm in allegiance; loyal; faithful; steadfast: a true friend.
Happy Birthday to a true friend.
True as true can be.
Strong, peaceful, sincere, loving, courageous, and true.
True to her feelings, her family, her friends, and her heart.
A brave and persistent example.
I truely LOVE her.