out of true


: not straight, flat, even, etc.
The door is slightly out of true.

Examples of out of true in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web His words echo past comments about how businesses tend to cut Black people out of true profits. Chloe Berger, Fortune, 16 June 2023 Rims that are severely out of true may need a professional fix, or replacement. George Petras, USA Today, 7 Apr. 2023 God therefore hardened Pharaoh’s heart as a counterbalance, to provide Pharaoh the choice of allowing the Jews to leave not because he was coerced but out of true repentance. Rabbi Avi Weiss, Sun Sentinel, 17 Jan. 2023 More and more people are flocking into harm’s way, not all of them out of true ignorance. David Wallace-Wells, New York Times, 26 Oct. 2022 When did Americans’ relationship with death go so out of true? Curbed, 6 May 2022 My kids are grateful to be born out of true love. Kelsie Gibson, PEOPLE.com, 3 Feb. 2022 The regular bumps and jolts of riding can easily knock a wheel out of true. Joe Lindsey, Outside Online, 29 Mar. 2021 Massive, bossy Jupiter pulls the center slightly out of true with its gravity field. Caroline Delbert, Popular Mechanics, 2 July 2020

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“Out of true.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/out%20of%20true. Accessed 24 May. 2024.

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