A spin-off of the word truth often used in place of a phrase like, "That's true."
Person 1: Man, global warming is fucked up!
Person 2: Troof.
by AlanK March 19, 2008
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an object, concept, idea, or person that reflects a certain inherent truth regarding the human condition.

often used after the article "da"

end with a capital "F" for emphasis
by mike April 25, 2005
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TROOF n.: The truth with substantial proof to accompany the aforementioned truth. TROOF is portmanteau or a combination of the words truth and proof; not a mispronunciation of the word truth as alluded to by many that do not know how to truly or creatively interpret the English language. In laymens terms the truth + proof= TROOF
According to historical accounts, America was discovered by Christopher Columbus. The troof is, no place can be discovered if there were already people living there.
by The DowJonez October 22, 2011
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A mispronuciation of Truth by District Attorney Kym L. Worthy from Detroit during the reading of charges against Mayor Kilpatrick and Christene Beatty of Detroit.
being lawfully required to depose the troof as a witness in a jury trial.
by Bplumeau March 24, 2008
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Factually inaccurate conspiracy theories; a spin off of "9/11 Truth"
"Did you see the guys with the picket signs and t-shirts down by the WTC memorial today?"
"Yeah, I hate Troofers, they just watch a bunch of YouTube videos and assume the author's veracity and benevolence."
by SLOSam January 21, 2008
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