Definition of "verity" []

  • The quality or condition of being true, factual, or real. (noun)
  • Something, such as a statement, principle, or belief, that is true, especially an enduring truth: "The mind once suddenly aware of a verity for the first time immediately invents it again” ( Agnes Sligh Turnbull). See Synonyms at truth. (noun)
  • The quality or state of being true, real, or correct (noun)

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  • A true principle, statement, idea, etc; a truth or fact (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "verity" in a sentence
  • "The eternal Huey Long verity is just that: Take on the big boys."
  • "His verity is as evident as the idol's vanity, v. 10."
  • "The National Enquirer, that bastion of truth and verity, is reporting today that Miley Cyrus and her live-in boyfriend Liam Hemsworth have broken up in the wake of a “fiery” argument that was sparked by Miley‘s intense jealousy which caused Liam to move out of their lovenest."