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Webster

English Word:

veracity


English Pronunciation:

ve•rac•i•ty


Noun:


⇨Etymology

Confer (French) véracité.


⇨Definition

The quality or state of being veracious; habitual observance of truth; truthfulness; truth; as, a man of veracity.



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Wiktionary

Etymology:

From Old French veracitie, from Medieval Latin vērācitās (“truthfulness”), from Latin vērāx (“truthful, speaking truth”), from vērus (“true, real”); see very.


Synonyms:

See also :veracity


Noun:

veracity (countable and uncountable, plural veracities) (uncountable) Truthfulness (countable) Something that is true (uncountable) Accuracy or precision act of being exact and accurate. correctness and carefulness in one's plan of action.


Reference:

veracity

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