Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word true. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in true.
Definitions and meaning of true
trew, trewe (obsolete)
From Middle Englishtrewe, from Old Englishtrīewe, (Mercian) trēowe(“trusty, faithful”), from Proto-Germanic*triwwiz (compare Saterland Frisiantrjou(“honest”), Dutchgetrouw and trouw, Germantreu, Norwegian and Swedishtrygg(“safe, secure’”), from pre-Germanic *drewh₂yos, from Proto-Indo-European*drewh₂-(“steady, firm”) (compare Irishdearbh(“sure”), Old Prussiandruwis(“faith”), Ancient Greekδροόν(droón, “firm”)), extension of *dóru(“tree”). More at tree.
For the semantic development, compare Latinrobustus(“tough”) from robur(“red oak”).
(of a statement) Conforming to the actual state of reality or fact; factually correct.
Conforming to a rule or pattern; exact; accurate.
(logic) Of the state in Boolean logic that indicates an affirmative or positive result.
Used in the designation of group of species, or sometimes a single species, to indicate that it belongs to the clade its common name (which may be more broadly scoped in common speech) is restricted to in technical speech, or to distinguish it from a similar species, the latter of which may be called false.
(of an aim or missile in archery, shooting, golf, etc.) Accurate; following a path toward the target.
(chiefly probability) Fair, unbiased, not loaded.
1990, William W. S. Wei, Time Series Analysis, →ISBN, page 8:
Let be twice the value of a true die shown on the -th toss.
2006, Judith A. Baer, Leslie Friedman Goldstein, The Constitutional and Legal Rights of Women: Cases in Law and Social Change →ISBN
In fact, few profit margins can be predicted with such reliability as those provided by a true roulette wheel or other game of chance.
2012, Peter Sprent, Applied Nonparametric Statistical Methods, Springer Science & Business Media →ISBN, page 5
We do not reject, because 9 heads and 3 tails is in a set of reasonably likely results when we toss a true coin.
(Of a literary genre) based on actual historical events.
(of a statement, logic, loyal):false
true (not comparable)
(of shooting, throwing etc) Accurately.
true (countable and uncountable, pluraltrues)
(uncountable) The state of being in alignment.
1904, Lester Gray French, Machinery, Volume 10:
Some toolmakers are very careless when drilling the first hole through work that is to be bored, claiming that if the drilled hole comes out of true somewhat it can be brought true with the boring tool.
1922, F. Scott Fitzgerald, O Russet Witch! in Tales of the Jazz Age:
She clapped her hands happily, and he thought how pretty she was really, that is, the upper part of her face—from the bridge of the nose down she was somewhat out of true.
The crate shifted on its pallet, out of sync now. As the lift withdrew, the crate skidded with it, dragged by friction and gravity, skewing farther and farther from true.
(uncountable, obsolete) Truth.
(countable, obsolete) A pledge or truce.
out of true
true (third-person singular simple presenttrues, present participletrueingortruing, simple past and past participletrued)
To straighten (of something that is supposed to be straight).
To make even, level, symmetrical, or accurate, align; adjust.
Often followed by up.
From Old Norseþrúga, Proto-Germanic*þrūgōną, cognate with Swedishtruga. The verb is related to Danishtrykke and Germandrücken(“to press”) (= *þrukkijaną), but apparently not to Germandrohen(“threaten”) (= *þraujaną) or Englishthreaten (= *þrautōną).
IPA(key): /truːə/, [ˈtˢʁ̥uːu], [ˈtˢʁ̥oːo]
true (past tensetruede, past participletruet)
“true” in Den Danske Ordbog
“true” in Ordbog over det danske Sprog
Alternative form of trewe
From Old Norseþrúga
true (imperativetru, present tensetruer, passivetrues, simple past and past participletruaortruet)
“true” in The Bokmål Dictionary.
From Old Norseþrúga
true (present tensetruar, past tensetrua, past participletrua, passive infinitivetruast, present participletruande, imperativetru)