1 Which this to you the true friend say.
2 But I like the fellow, Pip; he is one of the true sort.
3 Lookee here, Pip, at what is said to you by a true friend.
4 "That's true, Mum," said Mr. Pumblechook, with a grave nod.
5 "That's true," said Estella, with a cold careless smile that always chilled me.
6 According to my experience, the conventional notion of a lover cannot be always true.
7 I merely want, Mr. Jaggers," said I, "to assure myself that what I have been told is true.
8 "It is quite true," she replied, referring to him with the indifference of utter contempt.
9 I might have thought it was all lies together, only as the birds' names come out true, I supposed mine did.
10 "It was neither a very true nor a very polite thing to say," she remarked, directing her eyes to the ships again.
11 "Both of which," said Joe, quite charmed with his logical arrangement, "being done, now this to you a true friend, say."
12 No man spoke, but the steersman held up his hand, and all softly backed water, and kept the boat straight and true before it.
13 Drummle laughed outright, and sat laughing in our faces, with his hands in his pockets and his round shoulders raised; plainly signifying that it was quite true, and that he despised us as asses all.
14 When I had taken leave of the pretty, gentle, dark-eyed girl, and of the motherly woman who had not outlived her honest sympathy with a little affair of true love, I felt as if the Old Green Copper Ropewalk had grown quite a different place.
15 But that he was not to be, without ignorance or prejudice, mistaken for a gentleman, my father most strongly asseverates; because it is a principle of his that no man who was not a true gentleman at heart ever was, since the world began, a true gentleman in manner.