Paleoconservative Jesse Helms objected to verity because the nominee favored increased trade with the Soviet Union.
Was not every honourable man in England convinced of their verity?
I to the lawyer went, and found that it was so—of a verity—so!
verity did not appear to notice the stare, however, and walked on quite calmly.
In verity he knew it as glibly as the alphabet, for he was infinitely painstaking.
They are in verity, as worthless a Family as any other whatever.
Of a verity this American autumn, or fall, as they call it, is a most delicate season.
Nora, verity, and Fil were also to be numbered among the spectators.
When he looked at it directly and simply like that, there was nothing that could blur the verity of it.
Thus she dreamed—a new day-dream, unravaged by the sordid tests of verity.
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.