“Sabina is truthful, even in her moments of dishonesty and moral negotiations,” Engel said.
On one occasion, he commended a woman for being “truthful and honest and straightforward” after she lambasted him in court.
So, I would take them rather than wear them because I wanted to be truthful to my own body.
He seeks to clear up some myths about Kennedy—he was, for instance, never a bootlegger—and offer a truthful portrait of the man.
Concerning his books, Mortenson continues to insist they are truthful accounts, despite ample evidence to the contrary.
He did not answer immediately, for he had to be judicious and not truthful.
It is safe to say that there is not a truthful Indian in Labrador.
The extreme care they took that their statements should be truthful is shown by the manner in which they compiled their books.
I concluded that, although she might mean no harm, she was not truthful.
Is it when expiating the shame of a falsehood that I should call upon men to accept me as truthful?