veritable

Part of speech: adverb

Veritably.

Part of speech: adjective

Genuine; true; real.

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Usage examples "veritable":

  1. Arethusa smiled through her tears at him like a veritable bit of April. - "The Heart of Arethusa", Francis Barton Fox.
  2. In the attic under the eaves is a veritable treasure house. - "Historic Homes", Mary H. Northend.
  3. Possibly those who had been " killed" in the former desperate assault had found time to come mysteriously to life again, leaving a dummy in their stead to be ruthlessly trampled on, now assumed new places in the ranks, to make the assailants and defenders look more like a veritable " host." - "The Boy Scouts with the Motion Picture Players", Robert Shaler.