Thesaurus / veracity


To test the veracity of a fact, check whether experts agree on it.

Because of this ongoing narrative construction, we are often confident about the veracity of blurred memories and allow them to form the basis of our core beliefs about ourselves.

That drastic action is necessary given that the social media giant is used to spread mass election disinformation, particularly around the veracity of mail ballots, which could cause chaos in November.

American Anger: Too Hot to Handle?Nick FouriezosSeptember 27, 2020Ozy

Last week, Tom Shepard, Bry’s campaign consultant, had stood by the campaign’s messaging regardless of the veracity of the NBC 7 report.

Politics Report: Forged Footnote 15Scott Lewis and Andrew KeattsSeptember 12, 2020Voice of San Diego

Polls we suspect are fake will also not be included until we conduct a thorough investigation and can confirm their veracity.

Polls Policy And FAQsDhrumil Mehta ( 17, 2020FiveThirtyEight

"Yesseh," repeated Williams, in tones of injury, as if his veracity had been challenged.

I hardly know, after reading the writings of many men remarkable for their knowledge and veracity, what to think of the Nile.

De Orbe Novo, Volume 1 (of 2)Trans. by Francis Augustus MacNutt

Even if she thought it right to do so, how could she rely on Mrs. Blake's veracity?

Lover or FriendRosa Nouchette Carey

Swedenborg alone equals him in the veracity and intensity of his visions.

IconoclastsJames Huneker

But the characteristic of Mirabeau too is veracity and sense, power of true insight, superiority of vision.


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