Conformable to fact; correct; exact; actual; genuine; honest “In one sense, that only is true which is conformable to the actual state of things. In that sense, a statement is untrue which does not express things exactly as they are. But in another and broader sense, the word ‘true’ is often used as a synonym of ‘honest,’ ‘sincere, ‘not fraudulent'” Moulor v. American L. Ina Co 111 U. S. 345, 4 Sup. Ct 466, 28 L. Ed. True bill. Ia criminal practice. The indorsement made by a grand jury upon a bill of indictment when they find: it sustained by the evidence laid before them, and are satisfied of the truth of the accusation. 4 Bl. Comm. 306. True, nubile, and notorious. These three qualities used to be formally predicated in the libel in the ecclesiastical courts, of the charges which it contained, at the end of each article severally. Wharton.