April 19th, 2018: DRAFT 0.01 • A white paper dealing with...
trust • noun \ ˈtrəst \ 1 a : assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something b : one in which confidence is placed 2 a : dependence on something future or contingent : hope
b : reliance on future payment for property (such as merchandise) delivered : credit bought furniture on trust 3 a : a property interest held by one person for the benefit of another
b : a combination of firms or corporations formed by a legal agreement; especially : one that reduces or threatens to reduce competition 4 a : care, custody the child committed to her trust
b (1) : a charge or duty imposed in faith or confidence or as a condition of some relationship (2) : something committed or entrusted to one to be used or cared for in the interest of another c : responsible charge or office 5 archaic : trustworthiness — in trust : in the care or possession of a trustee
truth • plural truths play ˈtrüt͟hz, ˈtrüths\ 1a (1) : the body of real things, events, and facts : actuality (2) : the state of being the case : fact(3) often capitalized : a transcendent fundamental or spiritual reality b : a judgment, proposition, or idea that is true or accepted as true truths of thermodynamics : the body of true statements and propositions : the property (as of a statement) of being in accord with fact or reality: true 2: fidelity to an original or to a standard : sincerity in action, character, and utterance b archaic : fidelity, constancy 4 capitalized, Christian Science : god — in truth : in accordance with fact : actually