the ancient Greek personification of truth.
Historical Examples

The train which carried Alethia towards her destination was a local one, with the wayside station habit strongly developed.
The Toys of Peace Saki

Suddenly, however, their talk took a dramatically interesting turn, and Alethia listened with wide-eyed attention.
The Toys of Peace Saki

So these were the sort of associates that Robert Bludward consorted with, thought Alethia.
The Toys of Peace Saki

My mother had another daughter, whom Father christened Alethia Mona.
All the Days of My Life: An Autobiography Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

Alethia reads novels now with even greater appreciation than before.
The Toys of Peace Saki


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