Definition of "truthy" [truth•y]

  • Faithful; true (adjective)
  • Truthful, or seeming to be true (adjective)

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Use "truthy" in a sentence
  • "Brought on as a "new, hip Charles Kuralt," Gary Weis 'films all had a "truthy" feel to them, meaning that they weren't necessarily out for laughs, but offered up material from real people that couldn't have been scripted, like Andy Warhol staple Taylor Mead talking to his cat."
  • "This week, however, Raskin passed along the kind of truthy-but-inaccurate "common wisdom" about cocktails that makes me cringe."
  • "Brought on as a "new, hip Charles Kuralt," Gary Weis' films all had a "truthy" feel to them, meaning that they weren't necessarily out for laughs, but offered up material from real people that couldn't have been scripted, like Andy Warhol staple Taylor Mead talking to his cat."