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(noun) : Believing something is true from the gut, or inside. Using life experiences of learnings to make something seem true

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 31, 2007 15:57

(noun) : truth that comes from the gut not books

Submitted by: SMB from New Jersey on Oct. 21, 2007 21:58

(noun) : The level to which an idea or statement, while not completely accurate or valid, is true; such as in statements from the White House, or, say, People Magazine vs. In Touch Magazine.

The problem, Sue felt, was not in the article's subject, but in its truthiness. —Steve Corbert, The Corbert Report, Unknown

Submitted by: JRL from Virginia on Jun. 05, 2007 05:57

(noun) : like the truth [from Steven Colbert on his television show The Colbert Report]

There is some truthiness to that.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 08, 2006 20:46

(noun) : the quality by which a person claims to know something intuitively, instinctively, or "from the gut" without regard to evidence, logic, or intellectual examination

Submitted by: Skllyn from Wisconsin on Aug. 04, 2006 17:12

(noun) : The quality of truth.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 18, 2006 12:20

(noun) : A word coined by the comic genius Steven Colbert meaning "truthy, not facty". Cannot be properly used unless Mr. Colbert is mentioned within a sentence of the word.

"We live in an age of truthiness."

Submitted by: David from California on Feb. 13, 2006 18:05

(noun) : The quality of stating what one wishes or feels to be true instead of what is actually true.

President Bush's 2006 State of the Union address demonstrated a high degree of truthiness. —Stephen Colbert, Comedy Central, January 2006

Submitted by: Jim Stacy from New Mexico on Jan. 30, 2006 23:57

(noun) : truth level of a statement.

the truthiness of this is questionable.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 21, 2006 11:58