true (adj.)
honourable, virtuous, sincere
AYL III.ii.208[Rosalind to Celia] speak sad brow and true maid [i.e. in all sincerity]
Luc.748[Lucrece to herself] my true eyes have never practised how / To cloak offences with a cunning brow
MND II.ii.138[Helena to Lysander] I thought you lord of more true gentleness
RJ III.iii.124[Friar to Romeo, of Romeo's qualities] thou ... usest none in that true use indeed / Which should bedeck thy shape, thy love, thy wit
Tit V.iii.106[Lucius to all, of the Goths] Who drowned their enmity in my true tears
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