Word "TRUE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
as acknowledged
Synonyms:
admittedly, avowedly, confessedly
Examples:
true, she is the smartest in her class

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
make level, square, balanced, or concentric
Synonyms:
true up
Examples:
true up the cylinder of an engine

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
accurately fitted; level
Synonyms:
straight
Examples:
the window frame isn't quite true

Crossword Clues for TRUE

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Verifiable Eugene Sheffer 28 Nov 2022
Loyal LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2022
50/50 test guess USA Today 05 Nov 2022
Loyal Eugene Sheffer 02 Nov 2022
Loyal Wall Street Journal 17 Oct 2022
Accurate The Telegraph Quick 15 Oct 2022
Unquestionable USA Today 27 Sep 2022
'Fair point' USA Today 13 Sep 2022
Factual Thomas Joseph 12 Sep 2022
Loyal Universal 06 Sep 2022
'That's right' New York Times 01 Sep 2022
"That is a fact" LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2022
Deplore minimum of gravitas in almost entirely banal 14 The Guardian Cryptic 05 Aug 2022
'You said it!' USA Today 02 Aug 2022
T, on a test New York Times 01 Aug 2022
"To thine own self be ___" ("Hamlet") Universal 29 Jul 2022
"Good point" LA Times Daily 19 Jul 2022
Faithful Wall Street Journal 19 Jul 2022
'You're right' USA Today 17 Jul 2022
"Quite so" LA Times Daily 14 Jul 2022
Genuine; exact The Times Concise 14 Jul 2022
"Can't argue with that" LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2022
50-50 test guess Universal 29 Jun 2022
Loyal Brussels right back The Times Cryptic 10 Jun 2022
Verifiable Eugene Sheffer 04 Jun 2022
Loyal Eugene Sheffer 11 May 2022
Faithful servant’s last regret The Times Cryptic 09 May 2022
Honest-to-goodness Wall Street Journal 04 May 2022
False? No, turn it around Family Time 10 Apr 2022
Factually correct Newsday 05 Apr 2022
"Good point" LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2022
'Good point' The Washington Post 29 Mar 2022
Not false USA Today 10 Mar 2022
Word before "blue" or "colors" Universal 25 Feb 2022
''Indeed!'' Newsday 17 Feb 2022
"That's accurate" Universal 16 Feb 2022
Faithful Canadiana 14 Feb 2022
Not subject to debate LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2022
Not subject to debate The Washington Post 11 Feb 2022
Loyal The Washington Post 10 Feb 2022
Loyal LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2022
Factual Newsday 08 Feb 2022
Faithful Canadiana 07 Feb 2022
False's counterpart USA Today 05 Feb 2022
Factual Universal 27 Nov 2021
One of two options in five squares in this puzzle New York Times 25 Nov 2021
In alignment with square on nice street Irish Times Crosaire 20 Nov 2021
Not false Premier Sunday 07 Nov 2021
Genuine regret, after time The Times Cryptic 03 Nov 2021
Factual Wall Street Journal 02 Nov 2021
Well-aligned Newsday 14 Oct 2021
Loyal USA Today 14 Oct 2021
Faithful Universal 07 Oct 2021
About half of all answers on a certain type of test Family Time 03 Oct 2021
'You're not wrong' USA Today 02 Oct 2021
Cyndi Lauper's "___ Colors" Universal 01 Oct 2021
Factually correct Newsday 27 Sep 2021
___ or false Universal 15 Sep 2021
Veracious The Telegraph Quick 14 Aug 2021
T, on a test Universal 09 Aug 2021
Padre's not in Departures - is that to be believed? Irish Times Crosaire 09 Aug 2021
T, as in tests New York Times 22 Jul 2021
'Good point' USA Today 16 Jul 2021
"T" on a test LA Times Daily 12 Jul 2021
'T' on a test The Washington Post 12 Jul 2021
Word after "ring" or "hold" Universal 07 Jul 2021
Verifiable Eugene Sheffer 03 Jul 2021
Unerring Newsday 19 Jun 2021
Genuine ceasefire, though not constant The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Jun 2021
Real regret shown after time The Sun Two Speed 28 May 2021
Authentic The Sun Two Speed 28 May 2021
Factual USA Today 23 May 2021
Factual Premier Sunday 23 May 2021
With 21-Across, straight up New York Times 14 May 2021
Loyal USA Today 27 Apr 2021
Loyal Eugene Sheffer 24 Apr 2021
Precise time to regret The Sun Two Speed 23 Apr 2021
Faithful The Sun Two Speed 23 Apr 2021
'I totally agree!' USA Today 22 Apr 2021
Perfectly correct Family Time 04 Apr 2021
'T,' on a test USA Today 01 Apr 2021
Factually correct Newsday 22 Mar 2021
Faithful The Telegraph Quick 17 Mar 2021
Verifiable Eugene Sheffer 11 Mar 2021
Faithful Thomas Joseph 24 Feb 2021
Test option Universal 30 Jan 2021
Padre's not in Departures - is that to be believed? Irish Times Crosaire 29 Jan 2021
Consistent with fact Irish Times Simplex 23 Jan 2021
'You have a point' The Washington Post 21 Jan 2021
"You have a point" LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2021
Factual Newsday 12 Jan 2021
[See notepad] New York Times 06 Jan 2021
Accurate LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2021
Accurate The Washington Post 01 Jan 2021
Verifiable USA Today 29 Dec 2020
Genuine The Telegraph Quick 28 Dec 2020
Based on a ___ story Universal 24 Dec 2020
"T" on a test LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2020
'T' on a test The Washington Post 23 Dec 2020
Factual Thomas Joseph 14 Dec 2020
Verifiable Premier Sunday 13 Dec 2020
Authentic The Telegraph Quick 12 Dec 2020
Fifty-fifty test choice Universal 05 Dec 2020
Faithful Newsday 03 Dec 2020
Faithful Wall Street Journal 28 Nov 2020
Genuine end to hostilities when Conservative leaves The Telegraph Toughie 18 Nov 2020
One end of the PolitiFact meter New York Times 08 Nov 2020
Factual Universal 26 Oct 2020
'___ Blood' (TV show) The Washington Post Sunday 25 Oct 2020
Undeniable Newsday 08 Oct 2020
Steadfast New York Times 01 Oct 2020
'Fair point' USA Today 29 Sep 2020
Word before "love" or "story" Universal 28 Sep 2020
False alternative Wall Street Journal 21 Sep 2020
Loyal The Washington Post 08 Sep 2020
Genuine regret shown after time The Sun Two Speed 02 Sep 2020
Loyal Universal 02 Sep 2020
50-50 guess on a test New York Times 01 Sep 2020
Like things you should believe Family Time 30 Aug 2020
Correctly aligned The Times Concise 26 Aug 2020
Factual New York Times 24 Aug 2020
Like some test answers Family Time 17 Aug 2020
Undisputed Newsday 14 Aug 2020
T on a test USA Today 11 Aug 2020
'I'd have to agree' New York Times 29 Jul 2020
Beyond doubt Universal 25 Jul 2020
See 54-Down USA Today 23 Jul 2020
___-or-false quiz Universal 16 Jul 2020
'You've got a point' USA Today 24 Jun 2020
What "T" may mean LA Times Daily 13 Jun 2020
What 'T' may mean The Washington Post 13 Jun 2020
Like facts Premier Sunday 31 May 2020
Supported by facts USA Today 26 May 2020
'T' on a test New York Times 26 May 2020
'Based on a ___ story' The Washington Post Sunday 10 May 2020
Authentic tango on French street The Sun Two Speed 08 May 2020
"It's a fair point" The New Yorker 04 May 2020
'Can't argue with that' New York Times 04 May 2020
Not false USA Today 28 Apr 2020
Loyal LA Times Daily 26 Apr 2020
Like perfect aim The Washington Post Sunday 05 Apr 2020
Real regret after end of engagement The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Apr 2020
__-false quiz Newsday 16 Mar 2020
Steadfast Newsday 13 Mar 2020
"Can't deny that" LA Times Daily 10 Mar 2020
'Can't deny that' The Washington Post 10 Mar 2020
'___ Colors' (Cyndi Lauper hit) USA Today 05 Mar 2020
'You're right' USA Today 01 Mar 2020
Genuine, actual The Times Concise 13 Feb 2020
Unwavering Newsday 19 Jan 2020
'That's a good point' The Washington Post Sunday 19 Jan 2020
Word before "self" or "love" Universal 21 Dec 2019
"___ story"
'___ story' New York Times 18 Dec 2019
'You're not wrong' USA Today 16 Dec 2019
'That's a fact' USA Today 20 Nov 2019
Provable Jonesin 05 Nov 2019
"That's a valid point" Universal 27 Oct 2019
Level New York Times 24 Oct 2019
Level
Faithful Universal 14 Oct 2019
'Right' The Washington Post Sunday 13 Oct 2019
Actual Wall Street Journal 05 Oct 2019
Fully accurate Newsday 24 Sep 2019
Right; genuine The Times Concise 12 Sep 2019
Accurate, as aim Wall Street Journal 03 Sep 2019
"No doubt!" Universal 14 Aug 2019
'Can't argue with that' USA Today 06 Aug 2019
Loyal Wall Street Journal 30 Jul 2019
Reliable New York Times 27 Jul 2019
''You're right'' Newsday 26 Jul 2019
False? No, turn it around Family Time 22 Jul 2019
Devoted The Washington Post 21 Jul 2019
Devoted LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2019
Not made up USA Today 03 Jul 2019
'Can't deny that' USA Today 27 Jun 2019
"Really" LA Times Daily 13 Jun 2019
'Really' The Washington Post 13 Jun 2019
Faithful New York Times 12 Jun 2019
Unlike many rumors Universal 01 May 2019
__/false quiz Newsday 29 Apr 2019
Supported by fact USA Today 08 Apr 2019
T, on a test Universal 26 Feb 2019
Sincere Director-General avoiding Plod The Telegraph Toughie 12 Feb 2019
Supported by facts Wall Street Journal 28 Jan 2019
Aligned The Washington Post 04 Jan 2019
Aligned LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2019
Aligned
Reliable
Supported by fact
Not made up
Verifiable
"Can't argue with that"
T, on a test
Unlike many rumors
"Can't deny that"
Devoted
Faithful
"Really"
Word before "love" or "story"
"That's a valid point"
"No doubt!"
Accurate, as aim
Actual
Loyal
Supported by facts
Loyal
Authentic Wall Street Journal 29 Dec 2018
Opposite of false Family Time 09 Dec 2018
Verifiable Universal 02 Dec 2018
'___ to form ...' The Washington Post Sunday 18 Nov 2018
Like any fact Universal 17 Nov 2018
Loyal Thomas Joseph 16 Nov 2018
Get straight? LA Times Daily 14 Nov 2018
Get straight? The Washington Post 14 Nov 2018
Quiz option Jonesin 06 Nov 2018
Indisputable Universal 15 Oct 2018
Genuine; real The Times Concise 12 Oct 2018
Well-aimed Newsday 06 Oct 2018
Quite factual Universal 17 Sep 2018
Like all facts Universal 08 Sep 2018
Rightful The New Yorker 03 Sep 2018
Unswerving New York Times 02 Sep 2018
Right time to regret The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Aug 2018
Not false Family Time 20 Aug 2018
Like a deadeye's aim USA Today 05 Aug 2018
Simple quiz answer Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2018
'No argument' The Washington Post 18 Jul 2018
"No argument" LA Times Daily 18 Jul 2018
In alignment USA Today 06 Jun 2018
Loyal; authentic The Telegraph Quick 02 Jun 2018
'For sure!' USA Today 20 May 2018
'No question' USA Today 19 May 2018
Like proven facts Universal 16 May 2018
Veracious LA Times Daily 27 Apr 2018
Veracious The Washington Post 27 Apr 2018
Answer that won't get you an F? Jonesin 24 Apr 2018
Like Annie Oakley's aim USA Today 22 Apr 2018
Provable Universal 10 Apr 2018
'That's right' Premier Sunday 08 Apr 2018
Alternative to 34-Across USA Today 06 Apr 2018
Not false Universal 05 Apr 2018
Like a fact Universal 22 Mar 2018
'Quite so' The Washington Post 07 Mar 2018
"Quite so" LA Times Daily 07 Mar 2018
__-or-false test Newsday 05 Mar 2018
One way to ring Universal 05 Mar 2018
Faithful Canadiana 19 Feb 2018
Straight LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2018
Straight The Washington Post 11 Feb 2018
'Can't argue with that' The Washington Post 27 Jan 2018
"Can't argue with that" LA Times Daily 27 Jan 2018
Torture regularly fails to appear right The Telegraph Toughie 23 Jan 2018
"False" alternative Universal 16 Jan 2018
Quite factual
"Can't argue with that"
"No argument"
Get straight?
Straight
Veracious
Simple quiz answer
Authentic
"That's correct"
"Agreed"
"False" alternative
Like all facts
Like any fact
Like proven facts
Unswerving
Like a deadeye's aim
Like Annie Oakley's aim
In alignment
"No question"
"For sure!"
No crust in structure - is that right? Irish Times Crosaire 08 Dec 2017
Frequent test answer Universal 04 Dec 2017
'Can't argue there' The Washington Post Sunday 12 Nov 2017
Simple test answer Universal 05 Nov 2017
Not subject to debate USA Today 27 Oct 2017
"Can't argue with that" USA Today 20 Oct 2017
Unlike "alternative facts" USA Today 15 Oct 2017
Not made up Premier Sunday 24 Sep 2017
Factual Wall Street Journal 19 Sep 2017
Not false The Telegraph Quick 12 Sep 2017
Common test answer Universal 28 Aug 2017
"No denying that" USA Today 07 Aug 2017
Rightful Newsday 04 Aug 2017
Type of believer Universal 20 Jul 2017
On the level Newsday 16 Jul 2017
'Really!' New York Times 11 Jun 2017
Unlikely to 15-Across USA Today 06 May 2017
"Can't deny that" USA Today 17 Apr 2017
Indisputable Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2017
Genuine cessation of hostilities about to emerge The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Mar 2017
Time to regret being straight The Times Cryptic 23 Mar 2017
'T,' on a test Universal 02 Mar 2017
Unlike fake news USA Today 02 Mar 2017
"Good point!" LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2017
Factual The Washington Post 09 Feb 2017
Right time on road to Paris? The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Feb 2017
With 43-Across, kind of test USA Today 29 Jan 2017
'Can't argue that point' The Washington Post 21 Jan 2017
"No denying that"
Type of believer
Not subject to debate
Supported by facts
Frequent test answer
'T,' on a test
"Really!"
"Good point!"
Unlikely to 15-Across
Unlike fake news
Unlike "alternative facts"
Test choice, sometimes The Washington Post 30 Dec 2016
Indisputable LA Times Daily 25 Dec 2016
Right junction on nice street Irish Times Crosaire 12 Nov 2016
50-50 test answer Universal 04 Nov 2016
''That's correct'' Newsday 26 Oct 2016
Bona fide Wall Street Journal 19 Oct 2016
Real The Telegraph Quick 15 Oct 2016
Accurate Newsday 14 Oct 2016
'You make a good point' New York Times 11 Oct 2016
__-blue LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2016
Genuine agreement for peace, about to be discarded The Times Cryptic 18 Aug 2016
Beyond doubt USA Today 11 Aug 2016
On the mark USA Today 18 Jul 2016
Rightful The Washington Post 06 Jul 2016
'Good point!' Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2016
Put into alignment USA Today 03 Jul 2016
Flip-a-coin test answer Universal 02 Jul 2016
'Fair point' New York Times 18 Jun 2016
'You've got a point' The Washington Post 13 Jun 2016
Story used regularly is genuine The Telegraph Toughie 07 Jun 2016
In alignment LA Times Daily 28 May 2016
Believer or blue preceder The Washington Post 24 May 2016
Tried partner Universal 15 May 2016
Veritable Canadiana 09 May 2016
Veritable Premier Sunday 08 May 2016
Accurate yet partly misconstrued The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Apr 2016
'For sure!' The Washington Post 25 Mar 2016
Not mock Newsday 19 Mar 2016
Fully factual The Washington Post 18 Mar 2016
Like nonfiction LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2016
Word with believer or love USA Today 05 Mar 2016
Alternative on a test Universal 29 Feb 2016
Tense thoroughfare in Paris? That's constant The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Feb 2016
"Okay, granted" LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2016
Sincere end to hostilities ignored by clubs The Times Cryptic 08 Feb 2016
Unswerving Newsday 23 Jan 2016
'I can't deny that' The Washington Post 20 Jan 2016
Test answer, at times USA Today 17 Jan 2016
"You make a good point"
"Tried" partner
Test answer, at times
Put into alignment
On the mark
Beyond doubt
50-50 test answer
"Fair point"
__-blue
Indisputable
In alignment
"Okay, granted"
Align New York Times 31 Dec 2015
Questionnaire response The Washington Post 21 Dec 2015
Finishes off list -- whatever you receive is genuine The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Dec 2015
Parent ultimately to regret being faithful The Sun Two Speed 25 Nov 2015
Accurate The Sun Two Speed 25 Nov 2015
Bona fide Newsday 19 Nov 2015
Correct Premier Sunday 08 Nov 2015
How something might ring The Washington Post 06 Nov 2015
Accurate The Telegraph Quick 02 Nov 2015
Not a work of fiction Universal 18 Oct 2015
Flip-a-coin test answer USA Today 08 Oct 2015
Honest regret follows deed lacking in tact The Telegraph Toughie 17 Sep 2015
'No argument here' New York Times 13 Sep 2015
Partner of tried Universal 08 Sep 2015
Authentic Eugene Sheffer 07 Sep 2015
Explain losing prisoners for real The Telegraph Toughie 12 Aug 2015
Align, with ''up'' Newsday 07 Aug 2015
'You have a point' New York Times 26 Jul 2015
Factual LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2015
Test choice, sometimes Universal 06 Jul 2015
Steadfast USA Today 03 Jun 2015
Make even Jonesin 02 Jun 2015
Constantly right The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Jun 2015
Real; accurate The Times Concise 08 May 2015
Void of deceit USA Today 24 Apr 2015
Exam answer USA Today 21 Apr 2015
Loyal The Telegraph Quick 20 Apr 2015
Beyond dispute Newsday 10 Apr 2015
Tried-and-__ (well-tested) Newsday 07 Apr 2015
Unswerving Wall Street Journal 03 Apr 2015
Not slanderous Universal 26 Mar 2015
'___ that' New York Times 11 Mar 2015
Level LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2015
Make level USA Today 04 Mar 2015
"Can't argue with that!" LA Times Daily 27 Feb 2015
T, on a test LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2015
On target Newsday 30 Jan 2015
Type of believer USA Today 29 Jan 2015
See 72-Down Premier Sunday 11 Jan 2015
Not slanderous
Not false
Not a work of fiction
Flip-a-coin test answer
Flip-a-coin test answer
Most of Motley Crue's stories
See 72-Down
Correct
Exam answer
Partner of tried
Factual
Verifiable
Make level
Level
Align
"___ that"
"You have a point"
"No argument here"
Undeniable
Tried-and-__ (well-tested)
On the level
On target
Faithful
Factual
Bona fide
Beyond dispute
Align, with "up"
Test choice, sometimes
Steadfast
Type of believer
Void of deceit
"Can't argue with that!"
Provable
How something might ring
Factual
50/50 test choice
"Can't deny that"
Unswerving
T, on a test
Like a sharpshooter's aim
"You got that right"
Faithful or factual
Fifty-fifty test choice
Flip-a-coin test answer, sometimes
Quiz choice
Test choice
Loyal
"Can't argue with that"
"That's correct"
"You're right"
Kind of blue?
On the level
Partner of tried
Properly aligned
Stranger than fiction?
"Good point"
"I can't deny that"
"Indeed"
"No argument here"
"That's a good point"
Honorable
On the level
"Can't argue with that"
"That's a fact"
Fully factual
Honest-to-goodness
Right as rain
Unfeigned
Verifiable
Eve
See 2-Down
Irrefutable
Metallica "Sad But ___"
"Tried" partner
Choice on many a test
Common test answer
Easily guessed test answer
Faithful or factual
Fifty-fifty test choice
Make level
Quiz option, often
Test answer, at times
Tried's partner
Undeniable
"___ Detective" (Matthew McConaughey series)
"I know this much is ___" Spandau Ballet
"That's how it is, all right"
"T" on a test, usually
On target
Loyal
Factual
"May all your dreams come ___"
"Believe you me!"
Factual
Exact
Unwavering
Bona fide
"How ___!"
"Good point"
Fully accurate
T on a test
On the mark
First circle on a Scantron sheet, often
Founded on fact
Loyal
Nonfictional
Opposite of false
Quiz choice, perhaps
Rightful, as an heir
See 85-Across
Common test answer
Word with "blue" or "believer"
"You got that right"
Honest
"I can't deny that"
Loyal
Authentic
___ to one's word
"T" on a test, usually
Tried partner?
See 85-Across
Steadfast
Reliable
Accurate
Irrefutable
Honest
Faithful
"__ Grit": John Wayne classic
"You're right"
Frequent quiz option
Steadfast
Not perjured
Word with north or blue
Hard to debate
Factual
"Tried" partner
Nonfictional
Not false
"How ___ it is!"
Hard to debate
Not perjured
Test response, about 50 percent of the time
"___ Colors" (Cyndi Lauper hit)
Accurate
Faithful or factual
How some things ring
Loyal
Answer with a 50-50 chance of being right
Faithful
"Nobody can argue with that"
Stranger than fiction?
One way to ring
Not made up
"I can't deny that"
Spandau Ballet smash
Provable
Loyal
Factual
Align
Test answer, at times
"You got that right!"
"T" on a test
In accordance with the facts
Answer with a 50/50 chance of being right
Test answer, sometimes
Verifiable
"__ Lies": Schwarzenegger film
Devoted
Faithful
"__ Lies": Schwarzenegger film
Indisputable
"How right you are!"
Consistent with fact
Accurate
"That is correct"
Tried's partner
"Can't argue there"
"That's a fact"
Quiz response, perhaps
Dead-on
Faithful
Unerring
Adjust, as wheels
Steady
"I can't deny that"
No bull
Steady
Actual
Constant
In alignment
See 27-Down
T on a test
Reliable
Rightful
Steadfast in loyalty
Unswerving
Simple test answer
False alternative
"___ Grit" (John Wayne film)
"Can't argue with that"
"No lie!"
Adjust, as wheels
Simple test answer
"No lie!"
No bull
"Right you are"
Test option
"Right you are"
"___ Grit" (John Wayne film)
Not false
Exam choice
Loyal
Verifiable
"That's correct"
Undeniable
T, on some tests
Costello's "My Aim Is ___"
Steadfast
Frequently guessed test answer
Good way for dreams to come
Veracious
Verified
False negative?
"Honest to God!"
Legitimate
Not tall
50-50 test answer
Good way for dreams to come
"That's a fact!"
"You have a point"
Faithful
Verified
Put into alignment
Like Robin Hood's aim
Partner of tried
Test response, sometimes
50-50 test answer
"I can't deny that"
Proven
Correct
Even (up)
Proven
Test answer
Test response
Undisputed
Unswerving
Unswerving
Undisputed
Test response
Test answer
Proven
Indisputable
Even (up)
Correct
Genuine
In perfect alignment
One of two test choices
Opposite of false
Answer to some test questions
One of two answers on a simple test
Unswerving
Loyal
Set straight
Quiz answer
Test choice
Not false
Faithful
Beyond doubt
Shade of blue?
Unfeigned
Wayne's "___ Grit"
Hardly slanderous
Frequently guessed test answer
Accurate
Legitimate
Founded on fact
Unfeigned
Straight
So
"It is so"
"That's a fact!"
Definitely the case
On the up and up
Test response, about 50 percent of the time
Veritable
Pop quiz response
Verifiable
Faithful
"Can't argue with that"
Accurate
Unfeigned
Frequently guessed test answer
How dreams come, in your dreams?
Inarguable
On target
Steadfast
On target
"___ Grit" (1969 John Wayne film)
Definitely the case
Rightful, as an heir
Like a sharpshooter's aim
Like Wayne's grit
Steadfast
On target
Inarguable
How dreams come, in your dreams?
Rightful, as an heir
So
Irrefutable
Rightful, as an heir
With 28-Down, unwaveringly loyal
Honest-to-goodness
Bona fide
Authentic
Actual and factual
A way to ring
On the mark
Consistent with fact
Factual
Make square
Tried's partner
Valid
Shade of blue?
Rightful, as an heir
Make even
Based on fact
Make even
Not made up
"No argument"
Irrefutable
Aligned
"I can't deny that"
False alternative
Correct
Factual
Kind of blue?
On the mark
Veracious
Partner of tried
"T" as in tests
Dead on target
Answer on an easy-to-grade test
Irrefutable
Align properly
Honest-to-goodness
Steadfast
Test choice
Unwavering
Line up
In alignment
"So ___"
"Can't argue with that"
With 60-Down, bone attached to the sternum
Real
Potential test answer
Quiz answer choice
Common test answer
Quiz answer
Schwarzenegger's "___ Lies"
___-blue
With 58-Down, realistic
Unwavering
Veracious
Opposite of 68-Across
Choice on some quizzes
"You're right"
Honest-to-goodness
Able to be proven
Test alternative
Right on
"Believe you me!"
Bona fide
Make symmetrical
Faithful
No lie
Align properly, as car wheels
Opposite of false
Set straight
Right on target
Quiz choice
Quiz answer
Test response
Restore accuracy
Irrefutable
Indisputable
"___ Grit" (John Wayne film)
So
Test answer, perhaps
Test choice
"__ Grit"
Like Schwarzenegger's "Lies"?
Test response, perhaps
Test answer, perhaps
Test choice
So
__-to-life
On-target
Test response
In alignment
Quiz option
Accurate
"That's right!"
"That's right"
Constant
"Righto!"
On key
Level
Choice on a test
Quiz response
___-blue (staunch)
Kind of blue?
Straight
Not slanderous
Make square
Blue partner
"I agree"
Unquestionable
Quiz answer, at times
Like Annie Oakley's aim
Beyond doubt
Without deviation
Steadfast
On target
Kind of blue?
Test answer
Provable
Quindlen's 'One -- Thing'
Undeniably so
On target
Accurate
Proper
"___ Colors"
Not false
Faithful
Like Rooster Cogburn's grit
Not false
Loyal
Genuine
Proper
Quiz answer
So
Test answer alternative
Quiz answer
Real
"That's right!"
One way to ring
Test choice
___ to one's word
Irrefutable
Word before love or story
Test choice
So
Test answer
Answer with a 50-50 chance
Level off
'_____ Colors' ('86 hit)
Quiz answer
Staunch
50/50 test choice
On the mark
Exact
Kind of believer
Tried partner
Verifiable
In alignment
Loyal
On the mark
Provable
Factual
Aligned
Dead on target
On-target
Quiz option
See 25-Across
Not subject to libel litigation
Flip-a-coin test answer
Accurate
Quiz choice
With 51 Across, John Wayne's Oscar film
On the mark
Make level
Like a deadeye's aim
How things may ring
Actual
Qualifier for love or blue
Actual
Indisputable
Possible test answer
Kind of blue
Factual
T, on many exams
"Correct!"
Authentic
Right you are!
Companion of tried
"I confess"
Sincere
Arnold's "_____ Lies"
Test choice
Word with believer, love or Lies
Like a sharpshooter's aim
"___ Colors" (Cyndi Lauper chart-topper)
Nonfictional
Indisputable
Correct
Dee-Gavin's Tammy Tell Me ____
Veritable
Test answer
Genuine
Trustworthy
Loayl
Lorillard cigarette brand
Actual
With 34 Down John Wayne film
Faithful
Make even
Align
In perfect alignment
Flip-a-coin test answer
Test answer
Line up well
Quiz answer
Unfeigned
Based on fact
Undeniable
Quiz answer
Exam choice
____ believer
Veracious
Kind of believer
Answer with a 50-50 chance of being right
Wayne's ____ Grit
Adjust with up
Answer to some test questions
__ blue
Rightful
Partner of tried
Verifiable
Veritable
Quiz choice
Genuine
On the level
Exam answer
Common test answer
Accurate
1994 film "_____ Lies"
Word with blue or believer
Porter's "___ Love"
Void of deceit
Choice on a test
Veritable
Adjust accurately
"The course of ___ love . . . ": Shak.
"___ Love," Porter song
Shade of blue?
Quiz answer, perhaps
Staunch
___ blue (loyal)
Faithful or factual
Adjust exactly
Real, as a diamond
End of quotation
Exam choice
Correct
Test answer
Authentic
Word with north
Straighten
Accurately formed
Word before born or bred
Make plumb
Right
Word with blue or love
Not counterfeit
Word with love or blue
Fit accurately
Like Wayne's grit
Plumb
Word with life or love
Realign
"___ Grit," Wayne film
Test-paper choice
Veridical
"___ Grit"
Certain test answer
Undeviating
Adjust
Answer in a certain exam
___ bill (indictment)
Devoted
Kind of blue
___ blue
Kind of grit
Common choice in an exam
Aline
Steadfast.
Precise.
Undeniable.
Unfailing.
Correct.
Reliable.
Exactly
Constant.
Partner of tried.
Proper.
Loyal.
Honest.
Faithful.
Certain.
Affirmative answer.
Actual.
Kind of blue.
Devoted.
Accurate.
Sincere.
Unfeigned.
One of two answers in a test.
Verifiable.
So.
Simon-pure.
Just.
Exact.
___ blue.
Unerring.
Rightful.
Exactly.
Companion of tried.
Genuine.
Factual.
Answer on an exam.
Bona fide.
Veritable.
Veridical.
Real.
See 64 Across.
Without deceit.
Right.
One quiz answer.
Rightly so called.
Veracious.
Authentic.
Accurately formed.
Unfaltering.
Lawful.
Word of agreement.
Not to be denied.
Answer in certain quizzes.
Indubitable.
Choice in a short-answer test.
First name of Under Secretary Morse of Agriculture.
Upright.
Straight as a die.
Legitimate.
Of pure strain.
"Uh-huh"
"Good point"
Fix alignment
"You're right"
"___ Blood"
Inarguable
On target
Tried and ___
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