- truthful; veracious.
- corresponding to facts; not illusory; real; actual; genuine.
Origin of veridical
Related Words for veridicalauthentic, careful, deft, detailed, discriminating, explicit, factual, judicious, literal, matter-of-fact, methodical, meticulous, punctilious, punctual, rigid, rigorous, scientific, scrupulous, skillful, specific
Examples from the Web for veridical
Historical Examples of veridical
Yet the source of the message may have been perfectly "veridical."The Problems of Psychical Research
Veridical warnings are a commonplace in the literature of all countries.Psychotherapy
James J. Walsh
Since casual hallucinations of the sane, then, are thus frequent, we can hardly venture to assume that they are all veridical.Human Personality and its Survival of Bodily Death
Frederick W. H. Myers
Perhaps the author went on to discuss “veridical hallucinations,” but his ideas about these things must be considered later.Alfred Tennyson
In the meantime with shaking bodies and infirm gesture the Parcae began to intone their veridical chant.The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus
Caius Valerius Catullus
- psychol of or relating to revelations in dreams, hallucinations, etc, that appear to be confirmed by subsequent events