adjective, adverb Scot.
Definition for vera (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for vera
The VERA Institute estimates U.S. taxpayers paid $39 billion for incarceration in 2012.‘Progressive Jail’ Is a 21st-Century Hell, Inmates Complain|Sarah Shourd|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Robert Cáceres, 32, says he lost $60 on a Vera Wang tuxedo he tried to buy on Craigslist.
Between the ceremony and reception, Kardashian wore three different Vera Wang gowns, worth a total of $600,000.Which of Kim Kardashian’s Weddings Was More Ridiculous?|Kevin Fallon|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Out of poverty and despair our sons work in illegal coal mines,” one of the Orthodox faithful, Vera Zviagintseva, told me.
Harington is currently abroad shooting Testament of Youth, a biopic of poet Vera Brittain, who will be played by Alicia Vikander.Kit Harington: Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow Learns to Fight Dirty|Marlow Stern|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tushin wondered anxiously whether he had kept his promise, whether he was annoying Vera in any way.
Vera Nugent, saying, "Don't let him talk too much," then left her with him.Love and Lucy|Maurice Henry Hewlett
Vera had been awful about it; he had had to do all the ordering of the meals himself at last, and also the engaging of the cooks.Vera|Elisabeth von Arnim
Vera shivered with foreboding when he spoke of these precautions; she would have liked to have died before evening came.
Nekhludoff took the letter, and, having promised to give it to Vera Doukhova, he took his leave and went away.Resurrection|Leo Tolstoy
Word Origin and History for vera
fem. proper name, from Latin, literally "true" (see very).