trueadjective

  • ja真の、真実の、本当の
  • enconnected with facts rather than things that have been invented or guessed

Examples

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It is true what they say, you know.
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Every day, it does get a little easier.
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And you know what else is true?
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I’m sitting here eating cheesecake with an Australian Eskimo
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whose got ointment all over his bumbleberry.
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- Ron, you redacted all the information. - I answered some of them.
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- For date of birth, you wrote "springtime." - Which is true.
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You know, I have a cousin who cracked the secret formula for a certain popular cola that I shall not name.
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So I've never had to buy it.
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True story.
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Right now, I'm at 28%.
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And what you wrote is true.
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Once the brain reaches 20%, it opens up and expands the rest.
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- Audrey, please tell Summer that scary movies are actually fun. - Oh, they are!
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- It lets you get scared but be totally safe 'cause it's not real. - Exactly.
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Except for this one. It's based on a true story.
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He's... Hans Ramoray, Drake's evil twin.
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Is this true?
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Yes. Yes, it is true.
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And I know this because he pretended to be Drake to sleep with me.