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Alethia

[al-uh-thee-uh] /ˌæl əˈθi ə/
noun
1.
the ancient Greek personification of truth.
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  • The train which carried Alethia towards her destination was a local one, with the wayside station habit strongly developed.

  • Suddenly, however, their talk took a dramatically interesting turn, and Alethia listened with wide-eyed attention.

  • So these were the sort of associates that Robert Bludward consorted with, thought Alethia.

  • My mother had another daughter, whom Father christened Alethia Mona.

    All the Days of My Life: An Autobiography Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  • Alethia reads novels now with even greater appreciation than before.

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