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Use "unveracious" in a sentence
"Neither Dickens nor Hardy can be called unveracious writers; both give a picture of life that is true up to a point."
"London easily glides back and forth between his firsthand experiences and the "tall tales" of the "unveracious" Klondikers that he heard to weave a seamless story of the Northland that both entertains and informs."
"Women were faithless and unveracious, he held -- at such times that he had relapses and descended to pessimism from his wonted high philosophical calm."