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vérité

[vey-ree-tey] /veɪ riˈteɪ/
noun, French.
1.
truth; truthfulness.
Can be confused
vérité, verity.
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  • The verite was now the least injured of the French battleships.

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  • The others of this series are entitled Travail, verite and Justice, the latter projected but not begun.

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  • The huge guns on the Britain swung round, and a tempest of shells swept the verite from end to end.

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British Dictionary definitions for verite

vérité

/ˈveɪriːˌteɪ; French verite/
adjective
1.
involving a high degree of realism or naturalism: a vérité look at David Bowie See also cinéma vérité
Word Origin
French, literally: truth
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