Definitions for verityˈvɛr ɪ ti
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ver•i•tyˈvɛr ɪ ti(n.)(pl.)-ties.
the state or quality of being true.
something that is true, as a principle, belief, or statement.
Origin of verity:
1325–75; ME < L vēritās=vēr(us) true +-itās -ity
truth, the true, verity, trueness(noun)
conformity to reality or actuality
"they debated the truth of the proposition"; "the situation brought home to us the blunt truth of the military threat"; "he was famous for the truth of his portraits"; "he turned to religion in his search for eternal verities"
an enduring or necessary ethical or religious or aesthetic truth
derived from the Latin for truth; one of the Puritan virtue names.
Truth, fact or reality, especially an enduring religious or ethical truth.
A true statement; an established doctrine.
Origin: From verité, verité, from veritas, from the adjective verus.
the quality or state of being true, or real; consonance of a statement, proposition, or other thing, with fact; truth; reality
that which is true; a true assertion or tenet; a truth; a reality
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