n. in eccles. law, an expression formerly used at the end of each several article in the libel as descriptive of the charges therein contained.Conformable to fact; being in accordance with the actual state of things; not false, fictitious, or erroneous: as, a true story; a true statement.What proposition is there respecting human nature which is absolutely and universally true?Conformable to reason or to established rules or custom; exact; just; accurate; correct.Conformable to law and justice; legitimate; rightful: as, the true heir.Conformable to nature; natural; correct.In biology:Conforming or conformable to a type, norm, or standard of structure; typical; as, an amœba is a true animal; a canary is a true bird; the lion is a true cat; a frog or toad is not a true reptile.Genuine; truebred; not hybrid or mongrel: as, a true merino sheep. Also used adverbially: as, to breed true.Genuine; pure; real; not counterfeit, adulterated, false, or pretended.In anatomy, complete; perfected: as, true ribs (that is, those which articulate with the breastbone, as distinguished from false or floating ribs); the true pelvis (that part of the pelvis below the superior strait or iliopectineal line); a true corpus luteum (the complete corpus luteum of pregnancy, as distinguished from the same body unaffected by the result of conception).Free from falsehood; habitually speaking the truth; veracious; truthful.Firm or steady in adhering to promises, to friends, to one's principles, etc.; not fickle, false, or perfidious; faithful; constant; loyal.Honest.Sure; unerring; unfailing.Synonyms Veritable, actual. See reality.8 and Sincere, honorable.n. Truth; fidelity.n. Agreement; covenant; pledge.n. A temporary cessation of war, according to agreement; respite from war; truce. See truce.To verify.To make true in position, form, adjustment, or the like: give a right form to; adjust nicely; put a keen, fine, or smooth edge on; make exactly straight, square, plumb, level, or the like: a workmen's term.