A mixture between the word true and sure but using only one word.
Person 1: "Joe won't get it, you should ask him about it."

Person 2: "Ture"
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Used to describe someone who's a total dickhead and takes their stupidity to a whole new different level,has a really bad grammar,Loves to watch turtle sex and asks you stuffs such as "hey!do you know *name of a famous celebrity*, I know!" Just to pretend to be a "thug" in other words a total jackass.
Derived from the word true.
Marmanisa: hey bro what's up?
Nancy: Hey! Do you know *name of a celebrity*? I know!
Marmanisa: ewww day by day you are becoming a ture! I think you've been influenced by Chod.She's a total ture!
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Blindingly bright (in a metaphorical sense)
"She's just ture, and even if it hurts me I can't look away."
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Porkins: I just ate 300 Bourbons

Garfunkel: No wonder your looking a bit Ture :(
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Something you say when someone says something true but you don't want it to be true.

Short for "Wow. So true, you turd"
Emily: Shuddup is not a word you made up. It's just a non-annunciated way to say shut up.

Justin: Ture
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A cooler, much swaggier way to say true.

Its not a rumor, its ture!
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To ture(verb) - To use the internet
The English language currently has no verb with this meaning, and such a verb becomes more necessary as each day passes.
To pronounce this word, say tyoor as in ‘picture’ or ‘architecture’.
We couldn't ture at home this morning because the wireless was down, so we tured at the coffeehouse instead.
by verbophile April 2, 2013
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