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verity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishverityver‧i‧ty /ˈverəti/ noun (plural verities) [countable usually plural] formal 🔊 🔊 an important principle or fact that is always true syn truth 🔊 the eternal verities of life
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verityone of the eternal verities of lifeYet, surely, the eternal verities of any game still apply.A politician invited to make the wedding speech can be relied upon to dish up some predictions along with the eternal verities.He genuinely tries to bring fairness, goodness and other verities to an endeavor that in many ways militates against such objectives.eternal veritiesThus the distinctions are not eternal verities, or supra-historical categories, but actual elements of a kind of social organization.It adequately expressed the eternal verities of social work.Yet, surely, the eternal verities of any game still apply.Slowly Michael Ramsey began to realize that the eternal verities were more important to him than the political excitements.A politician invited to make the wedding speech can be relied upon to dish up some predictions along with the eternal verities.
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