moment of truth


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moment of truth

the point in a bullfight when the matador is about to kill the bull
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In the moment of truth, he proved himself a man of extraordinary faith.
Sure, it hurt a little at the moment of truth, but Katie's trepidation as she awaited results and her nervous crooked smile when things came out clear told us it wasn't so bad, that not getting the breast-cancer test could be a lot worse.