Being truly so called; real or genuine: "Her tea ... was set forth with as much grace as if she had been a veritable guest to her own self” ( Mary Wilkins Freeman). (adjective)
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Use "veritable" in a sentence
"HINOJOSA (on camera): D.A. is a man on a mission trying to stop what he calls a veritable modern day invasion."
"This, he explained, kept farming from being developed peacefully, and it was amidst what he called a veritable civil war stirred up from abroad that so many errors were committed."
"Kiang-si, which he describes as a veritable Garden of Eden."