veracious

Part of speech: adverb

Veraciously.

Part of speech: adjective

Truthful: true.

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Usage examples "veracious":

  1. If this veracious tale could be twisted into a metaphor, it would serve marvellously to illustrate the position of the entire Anglo- Saxon race, and especially that of their American descendants as regards the Latin peoples. - "Worldly Ways and Byways", Eliot Gregory.
  2. Some of these fables, to my shame be it spoken, might possibly be traced back to my own veracious self; and if any passages of the present tale should startle the reader's faith, I must be content to bear the stigma of a fiction monger. - "From-Twice-Told-Tales", Hawthorne, Nathaniel.
  3. Fish, flesh, and fowl, and substances that were neither, have been picked up by veracious people after a storm. - "Locusts and Wild Honey", John Burroughs.