Truth will out
This page is about the saying "Truth will out"
In the end, what is true will come to be known. The truth always appears eventually, despite all efforts to hide it. It is impossible to keep something secret forever.
There is another saying with the same form: "Murder will out."
Origin: This saying was already recorded in England by the 15th century; and it appears in Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice (1596): "Truth will come to light; murder cannot be hid long; a man's son may, but in the end truth will out."
out (verb): come out; go out; emerge
If it is true that "truth will out", then lies
Contributor: Josef Essberger