Truthfully [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Truthfully:

I believe your object to be, purely and truthfully, as you have stated it.

His tone misgave her; and she said truthfully that she was content not to know who owned the car.

Too, I might truthfully be described as prejudiced about her perfections.

I would have given anything to be able truthfully to say "yes" to her question.

"He never mentioned your name to me," I answered, truthfully enough.

No one could truthfully speak ill of Alonzo Snow, that was a fact.

Mary-'Gusta had said that very thing; she could not truthfully deny it.

"She knows it's a thousand," answered Mr. Vandeford, truthfully.

Now, having read me so truthfully, will you interpret Luttrell a little?

Nothing whatever, the Tamburini truthfully reflected but omitted to say so.