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come true to become a reality, after being only a dream, wish, aspiration, or the like.
true believer a dedicated follower of a person, creed, or the like, esp. one characterized by blind, unquestioning devotion, or sometimes fanaticism.
true bill a bill of indictment approved by a grand jury as being supported by enough evidence to justify a trial.
true rib a rib that is attached by cartilage directly to the sternum, as any of the upper seven pairs of ribs in humans. (Cf. false rib.)
true-blue unfailingly faithful or loyal; staunch.
true-false test a test of knowledge or opinions that consists of statements to be read and marked as true or false.
true-life like or accurately depicting reality.