One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘I want a truthful answer’
honest, sincere, trustworthy, genuine, meaning what one says
candid, frank, open, forthright, straight, plain-spoken
informal upfront, on the level
North American informal on the up and up
archaic round, free-spoken
untruthful, deceptive, deceitful
2‘a comprehensive and truthful account’
true, accurate, correct, true to life, factual, in accordance with the facts, right, exact, faithful, reliable, veracious, verifiable
unvarnished, unembellished, unelaborated
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