English version

veracity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishveracityve‧ra‧ci‧ty /vəˈræsəti/ noun [uncountable] formal  the fact of being true or correct syn truthveracity of Has anyone checked the veracity of these allegations?
Examples from the Corpus
veracityThis proposition has been the subject of much empirical debate, but at present there seems no overwhelming consensus as to its veracity.There is no way in which he could emphasise the veracity of his testimony except by literally asserting it.The first is whether we tend to accept too readily the veracity and accuracy of media reports.They relate to his stock portfolio and to the veracity of statements he made to Congress.When the MoD was the sole source of information, the press could only speculate as to the veracity of its statements.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.