One traces and unconsciously accepts as a veracious narrative the record of a fantastic though abiding love.
He was so veracious a man, that it was said of him, after his death, “Truth died with Matyas.”
How shall we separate myth and simple tradition from the veracious chronicles of the Roman people?
But something new in this veracious narration—the contraband.
In regard to truth he was equal to the veracious king Yudhishtira.
A similar marvel is related in the travels of the veracious Marco Polo.
The object of this story is to give a veracious, and not a highly gilded picture of the hardy prairie man of days gone by.
He preserved them, and they are thus able to be embodied in this veracious chronicle.
But this is not a romance; only the veracious chronicle of certain human beings.
“omitted in my volumes,” as asserted by the veracious critic.