(Latin) verax, -acis, from verus true. See Very.
1. Observant of truth; habitually speaking truth; truthful; as, veracious historian. The Spirit is most perfectly and absolutely veracious. Barrow.2. Characterized by truth; not false; as, a veracious account or narrative. The young, ardent soul that enters on this world with heroic purpose, with veracious insight, will find it a mad one. Carlyle.
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From Latin verac- + -ious, stem of vērāx (“truthful”), from vērus (“true”).
Adjective veracious (comparative more veracious, superlative most veracious) truthful The politician's statement was proven to be veracious by all who examined it.
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