What is another word for truehearted?

152 synonyms found


[ tɹˈuːhɑːtɪd], [ tɹˈuːhɑːtɪd], [ t_ɹ_ˈuː_h_ɑː_t_ɪ_d]

Truehearted is a word that describes someone who is honest, loyal, and sincere. Synonyms for this word include trustworthy, devoted, faithful, steadfast, and dependable. These words all convey a sense of reliability and unwavering dedication. Other synonyms for truehearted include sincere, genuine, and authentic, which imply a sense of genuineness and honesty. Honorable, righteous, noble, and virtuous are also synonyms for truehearted, emphasizing the moral value and upright character of the person in focus. All of these words reflect positive and desirable qualities, and are often associated with individuals who are respected and valued by their peers.

Related words: true hearted, sincere, truthful, genuine, trustworthy

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    What are the hypernyms for Truehearted?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the opposite words for truehearted?

    The antonyms for the word "truehearted" include insincere, deceitful, false-hearted, dishonest, disloyal, and treacherous. These are all words that describe someone who is not genuine, who cannot be trusted, and who behaves in a way that goes against the principles of loyalty, honesty, and trustworthiness. Someone who is insincere may pay lip service to the values of friendship and loyalty but will not follow through on their promises or commitments. Meanwhile, someone who is disloyal or treacherous actively works against those values, betraying others and putting their own interests ahead of those they claim to be loyal to.

    Usage examples for Truehearted

    You will find there contempt for a love so poor that it feared poverty; pity for a man who dared not face the world and conquer it, as a girl had done before him, and gratitude that I have found my 'master' in a truehearted boy, not a falsehearted man.
    "Pauline's Passion and Punishment"
    Louisa May Alcott
    But, though its justification can scarcely be denied even by the partisans of the noisier elements in a political crowd, its existence must be deplored by every right-minded and truehearted citizen.
    "An Autobiography"
    Catherine Helen Spence
    This man, then, grew up to be truehearted and sincere without the elixir, but he made use of it, none the less, when it came into his possession, and it proved a great blessing to him.
    "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers"
    Georg Ebers

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