- habitually speaking the truth; truthful; honest: a veracious witness.
- characterized by truthfulness; true, accurate, or honest in content: a veracious statement; a veracious account.
Origin of veracious
1, 2. mendacious.
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Examples from the Web for veraciously
We can then be veraciously historical, honestly transcriptive.Diana of the Crossways, Complete
"That was my purpose, Madame Dupont," I said most veraciously.A Top-Floor Idyl
George van Schaick
"She was very tired," said Patty veraciously, but evasively.New Faces
When, therefore, Gammon veraciously informed him that Miss Aubrey had fallen into a decline!Ten Thousand a-Year (Vol. 2)
All I ask of you is that you tell me explicitly and veraciously where this collection of yours may be found.The Gray Phantom's Return
- habitually truthful or honest
- accurate; precise
C17: from Latin vērax, from vērus true
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Word Origin and History for veraciously
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