veracious

[ vuh-rey-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF veracious

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But something new in this veracious narration—the contraband.

He was exactly three inches long, says the veracious chronicle, but what a dignity!

In regard to truth he was equal to the veracious king Yudhishtira.

And her functions are somewhat important in this veracious history.

This is very far from a veracious conception of Ferriars attitude.

He was so veracious a man, that it was said of him, after his death, “Truth died with Matyas.”

It now remains for me, reader, to draw this veracious narrative to a close.

He was so veracious a man, that it was said of him, after his death, ‘Truth died with Matyas.’

A similar marvel is related in the travels of the veracious Marco Polo.

He preserved them, and they are thus able to be embodied in this veracious chronicle.

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