- untruthfulness; mendacity.
- an untruth; falsehood.
Origin of inveracity
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Examples from the Web for inveracity
You think the scene is Alexandria or the Spanish main, where you may let your imagination play revel to the extent of inveracity.Apologia pro Vita Sua
John Henry Newman
Doubtless it is sent upon us for our sins; but had we not already a plague of inveracity?The Shadow On The Dial, and Other Essays
On the other hand, it was the ossified form of the “aria” itself which led to inveracity of expression and decadence.Sketch of a New Esthetic of Music
- lying; untruthfulness
- an untruth; lie
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