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Spell check of verity

Correct spelling: verity

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.

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).