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Truthily is the adverbial form of truthiness and other truthial words.

Origin Edit

This word was first used by William Colbert Shakespeare in A Winter's Tale, Act I, Scene II:

"Truthily, you shall not go: a lady's 'truthily' 's as potent as a lord's."

Shakespeare scholars believe that the "lady" is Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher; while "lord" is an obvious reference to Jack Lord from Hawaii Five-O.

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