Synonyms for veritable
Antonyms for veritable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VERITABLE
She seemed to bring a veritable shower of song into this home of long silences.
The first performance was a veritable little triumph for me!
But the window scene on the first night was a veritable triumph.
A veritable Eden thought Stanley Fyles—complete to the last detail.
It is your grand state medicine, your veritable Doctor Sangrado!
It seemed to Wrayson that they had passed into a veritable land of enchantment.
Soon I came in sight of a veritable forest of huge windmills.
In neglecting this duty our parents and teachers commit a veritable crime.
But to Shelley Political Justice was the veritable "milk of paradise."
He was satisfied to do his work and smoke his pipe—a veritable pipe of peace.
late 15c., from Anglo-French and Old French veritable "true," from verité (see verity) + -able. Probably lost mid-17c. and reborrowed or revived after 1830. Related: Veritably.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VERITABLE
- on the level
- straight from horse's mouth
- bona fide
- de facto
- in the flesh