Definitions for veracityvəˈræs ɪ ti
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ve•rac•i•tyvəˈræs ɪ ti(n.)(pl.)-ties.
habitual observance of truth in speech or statement; truthfulness.
conformity to truth or fact; accuracy.
correctness or accuracy.
something veracious; a truth.
Origin of veracity:
1615–25; < ML vērācitās; see veracious , -ty2
unwillingness to tell lies
Something that is true
Accuracy or precision
act of being exact and accurate.
correctness and carefulness in one's plan of action.
Origin: From veracitie, from veracitas, from verax, from verus; see very.
the quality or state of being veracious; habitual observance of truth; truthfulness; truth; as, a man of veracity
The Roycroft Dictionary
The appendix vermiformis of the human character; a quaint atavistic instinct. (Veracity was once quite common in the childhood of the race; but as herding became more and more complex and human relations became more and more interjangled, there came into being a species of bipeds known as doctors, lawyers, politicians, editorial writers and preachers. Coeval with their birth the instinct to veracity weakened perceptibly until it reached the condition of nixus nihilus ni in which we hold it today.)