true (adj.) 2
constant, faithful in love
Ham IV.v.122 [Laertes to Claudius] the chaste unsmirched brows / Of my true mother
KJ II.i.124 [Constance to Queen Eleanor] My bed was ever to thy son as true / As thine was to thy husband
KL I.i.107 [Cordelia to Lear] So young, my lord, and true [or: sense 3, 4]
MV [Lorenzo to Gratiano, of Jessica] And true she is, as she hath proved herself
RJ II.ii.137 [Juliet to Romeo] Sweet Montague, be true
RJ V.iii.259 [Friar to Prince] here untimely lay / The noble Paris and true Romeo dead
RJ V.iii.302 [Montague to Capulet] There shall no figure at such rate be set / As that of true and faithful Juliet
Sonn 105.9 [] Fair, kind, and true, is all my argument
Sonn 113.14 [] My most true mind thus maketh mine untrue
TC IV.iv.100 [Cressida to Troilus] will you be true?
TC IV.iv.57 [Troilus to Cressida] be thou but true of heart