truth·i·ti·ty (trooth-i-ti-tee)
noun, plural -ties.

1. A belief of opinionated factual information.

Origin:
2011; American English. Created by a student in late 2011, while sitting in his dormitory room, experiencing boredom.

Can be confused: never mind. No word is as creative.

Words used in creation: truth, entity, infinity.

Possible Misspellings: truth, truthintity, truthetity, truthititi, truthfully.
He believes in truthitity.
作者 arc2007 2011年9月20日

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