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adjective as in authentic

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The current state of alt fashion is the outcome of 2020s late-stage capitalism’s limitless manufacturing possibilities and a veritable ocean of content, inadequately sourced and dated thanks to a Tumblr- and Pinterest-inspired archival conundrum.

From Vox

The series, directed by Zachary Heinzerling, is so relaxed that you almost forget you’re watching a veritable rock’n’roll god in action.

From Time

Chauvin and the other officers had placed Floyd in what was referred to as a prone restraint position—pinned face down in a veritable vise, with three police officers on top, the hard pavement underneath, and Chauvin’s knee on his neck.

The open ocean is a veritable soup of tiny critters, including newborn fishes.

A veritable army of neuroscientists and electrophysiologists around the world are developing steadily deeper insights into the degree that electric and magnetic fields—“brainwaves” or “neural oscillations”—seem to reveal key aspects of consciousness.

And the capital city is a veritable utopia of acceptance and integration.

One of the stores Pragnell is referring to is Bodega Mi Amiga, a veritable institution on Via Porras in downtown Panama City.

Selter, on the other hand, has turned her butt selfies—and the buzz they generate—into a veritable business.

A drive to the Snæfellsnes peninsula—seriously, these names—is a veritable coastline journey to the center of the Earth.

In a veritable Mapplethorpe renaissance, two exhibitions have launched in tandem dedicated to his work.

We are literally correct in saying that a veritable revolution has already been effected—and the end is not yet.

Robertson was a veritable Hotspur and upset for a time the serenity of our meetings.

And really, the little dove-cote, as Mrs. Prentice had called their new home, was a veritable love of a place!

She turned from him with overflowing heart, stifling her tears, but with a veritable volcano of emotion within her young breast.

A veritable Judas, preparing to forswear his people and their cause, willing to lie and deny his participation.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to veritable, such as: actual, bona fide, factual, for real, genuine, and indubitable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.