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- post-truth : adj. ~ 1. (chiefly politics, media) Beyond or superseding the importance of truth; pertaining to an era or situation when truth is no longer significant or relevant; usually in a pejorative sense, uncaring of factual accuracy. – n. ~ 2. The fact or state of being post-truth; a time period or situation in which facts have become less important than emotional persuasion. (†2673)