Origin of veritable
Examples from the Web for veritable
And the capital city is a veritable utopia of acceptance and integration.
One of the stores Pragnell is referring to is Bodega Mi Amiga, a veritable institution on Via Porras in downtown Panama City.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama|Jeff Campagna|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Selter, on the other hand, has turned her butt selfies—and the buzz they generate—into a veritable business.Back Off, B*tches. There’s Only One Butt Selfie Queen|Cheryl Wischhover|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A drive to the Snæfellsnes peninsula—seriously, these names—is a veritable coastline journey to the center of the Earth.
In a veritable Mapplethorpe renaissance, two exhibitions have launched in tandem dedicated to his work.
A man of powerful build, and of great stature, he seemed now a veritable giant.The Chief of the Ranges|H. A. Cody
These sounds united with the sounds of the phonographs themselves when reproducing the stories make a veritable pandemonium.
It will thus be seen that the external evidence in favour of this picture being a veritable work by Leonardo is unusually strong.
Our route was a veritable via dolorosa—destruction on both sides, in front and behind.Lige on the Line of March|Glenna Lindsley Bigelow
Here, in fact, was a new continent, a veritable “Mundus Novus.”A History of the Philippines|David P. Barrows
Word Origin for veritable
late 15c., from Anglo-French and Old French veritable "true," from verité (see verity) + -able. Probably lost mid-17c. and reborrowed or revived after 1830. Related: Veritably.