true to (one's) word

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true to (one's) word

As one has promised. Ted promised he would be there and, true to his word, he came and helped us move all that furniture. He's the best friend a guy could have.
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true to one's word

keeping one's promise. True to his word, Tom showed up at exactly eight o'clock. We'll soon know if Jane is true to her word. We'll see if she does what she promised.
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If Rondina stays true to her word, the Golden Tigresses will break their nine-year title drought and earn their 17th title-the second most in league history behind Far Eastern University's 29.
True to her word Nicky (left) went back to her PS6.30-an-hour job.
True to her word, you can see a big improvement now the community centre has been recently painted.
There was a young lady from Dingle Who swore she'd always stay single She stayed true to her word From the first form to the third But from the fourth she started to mingle
True to her word, Mrs Tarrant has talked through some of the most intimate and embarrassing issues that occurred in 16 years of married life with her Who Wants To Be A Millionaire husband.
And true to her word, she returned at the final whistle and named her child Matar, after Ismail Matar who had scored the winning goal for UAE.
If Kelly is true to her word, never again will a registered sex offender be permitted to teach or a master who seduced a 15-year-old be allowed to return to the classroom.
With your help we are going to feed the starving of India.'" She has been true to her word!
True to her word, Floyer indeed provided us with a light "switch," a replacement of the real apparatus with an entirely undeceiving illusion.
True to her word, Department of Finance Commissioner Carol O'Cleireacain has made available to the public certain guidelines issued to New York City assessors.
Following her first tour last year Leona promised that she would return soon again, and true to her word she has arranged to be in Ireland from September 24 to October 4.
It would be nice if Ms O'Connor was true to her word and faded into well- deserved obscurity.
True to her word, she went in to finish some paperwork.