- 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
Antonyms for veracious
Related Words for veraciouslyrightly, sincerely, absolutely, exactly, actually, very, definitely, honestly, surely, positively, genuinely, legitimately, precisely, meticulously, candidly, openly, accurately, literally, strictly, altogether
Examples from the Web for veraciously
Historical Examples of 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