Definition of 'moment of truth'
Example sentences containing 'moment of truth'
Taking Grace for her scan would only bring one step closer the moment of truth, already perilously imminent.GRACE (2002) THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)
We did, after all, share a moment of truth together without flinching.A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2002)
Definition of moment of truth from the Collins English Dictionary
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