1 But, to tell you the truth, I have no wish to.
2 To tell the truth, then, Miss Ophelia loved him.
3 The truth flashed upon Mr. Shelby and his wife at the same moment.
4 In truth, it appeared to be the characteristic mark of every individual.
5 "La, there an't any such thing as truth in that limb," said Rosa, looking indignantly at Topsy.
6 The note-book of a missionary, among the Canadian fugitives, contains truth stranger than fiction.
7 It don't look well, now, for a feller to be praisin himself; but I say it jest because it's the truth.
8 "O, certainly, she will discover that, and a world of wholesome truths besides, no doubt," said St. Clare.
9 And, in truth, the man seemed greatly inclined to attend to something at the other end of the field, and started off in quick time.
10 Well, now and then one, whom Nature makes so impracticably simple, truthful and faithful, that the worst possible influence can't destroy it.
11 They had been taught to read and write, diligently instructed in the truths of religion, and their lot had been as happy an one as in their condition it was possible to be.
12 The subject appeared to interest the gentleman deeply; for while Mr. Shelby was thoughtfully peeling an orange, Haley broke out afresh, with becoming diffidence, but as if actually driven by the force of truth to say a few words more.
13 Now, if the truth must be told, the honest pastor had arranged a little programme, according to which this affair was to develop itself; and, on the way up, all had very cautiously and prudently exhorted each other not to let things out, except according to previous arrangement.
14 The principle of reliance and unquestioning faith, which is its foundation, is more a native element in this race than any other; and it has often been found among them, that a stray seed of truth, borne on some breeze of accident into hearts the most ignorant, has sprung up into fruit, whose abundance has shamed that of higher and more skilful culture.
15 Now, if the truth must be told, our senator had the misfortune to be a man who had a particularly humane and accessible nature, and turning away anybody that was in trouble never had been his forte; and what was worse for him in this particular pinch of the argument was, that his wife knew it, and, of course was making an assault on rather an indefensible point.