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Spell check of verity

Correct spelling: verity

Synonyms:
actuality, accuracy, honesty, probity, definiteness, truthfulness, exactness, true statement, candor, facticity, authenticity, fidelity, objectivity, factuality, the true, veraciousness, fact, ingenuousness, exactitude, true, truth, reality, rightness, integrity, axiom, verisimilitude, sooth, substance, correctness, frankness, proof, veridicality, matter-of-factness, trueness, certainty, veracity, gospel, loyalty, absoluteness.

Antonyms:
dupery, cunningness, exaggeration, erroneousness, inexactitude, insincerity, smoothness, error, imprecision, slickness, deception, oiliness, artifice, falsity, mendaciousness, crookedness, deceitfulness, duplicity, mendacity, wiliness, dishonesty, beguilement, imposture, lying, slyness, falsehood, guile, dissimulation, insidiousness, fallacy, fallaciousness, prevarication, underhandedness, impreciseness, inexactness, cozenage, fiction, fabrication, untruth, lie, cunning, two-facedness, perfidy, double-dealing, delusion, treacherousness, hypocrisy, untruthfulness, inaccuracy, fakery, half-truth, deceit, furtiveness, incorrectness, slipperiness, falseness, craftiness, unscrupulousness, trickery, indirection, equivocation, dissembling.

Examples of usage:

1) Truth is objective, super- individual, and logic is the study of the objective verity of thought. - "John Dewey's logical theory", Delton Thomas Howard.

2) I'm vexed to be obliged to mak this admission, which grates sae harshly against my self- conceit; but verity transcends, in beauty and importance, vanity; and I consider this biography to be naething but a confession frae beginnin to end. - "Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX", Alexander Leighton.

3) " Well, truly, you caused a diversion at some expense to your countenance, for I never beheld anything-" " Stop there," said he, " you surely have not seen the doctor- he beats me hollow- they have scarcely left so much hair on his head as would do for an Indian's scalp lock; and, of a verity, his aspect is awful this morning; he has just been here, and by- the- bye has told me all about your affair with Beamish. - "The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete", Charles James Lever (1806-1872).

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