Many a page of the pocket Bible was turned over, and the verities of the Word were made manifest.
But for the exiled heart they are not such, but verities of abiding inspiration.
He is careful, however, to make sure of two things,—that the alleged facts are verities and that they are inexorable.
And if the verities are good for eternity they ought to be good for a day.
We admit no doubt of these verities, delivered down to us from the ages when Theseus and Hercules had descended into Hades itself.
Now the acts of his will are free, therefore God is the free cause of the verities.
With the verities of life and death so near to them, these young people were very serious, indeed.
Fate and Destiny are verities that have to be faced, but they do not have all their own way with us.
That leave-taking brought him to a realization of the verities and the non-essentials, as nothing else could have done.
It would be faithlessness and cruelty to hide the fact that by all the verities of God you are in peril—in fearful peril.
late 14c., from Anglo-French and Old French verite "truth," from Latin veritatem (nominative veritas) "truth, truthfulness," from verus "true" (see very). Modern French vérité, literally "truth," borrowed 1966 as a term for naturalism or realism in film, etc.