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veracity

noun accuracy, actuality, artlessness, candidness, candor, conformity to fact, credibility, exactitude, exactness, factualness, frankness, genuiness, guilelessness, honesty, ingenuousness, integrity, precision, principle, probity, rectitude, sincerity, trustworthiness, truth, truthfulness, veraciousness, veridicality, veritas, verity, virtue
Associated concepts: reputation for veracity, veracity of a witness
See also: credibility, honesty, probity, reality, rectitude, truth, validity
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Often, however, they overlook indicators of truthfulness, or veracity, (2) in the process.
The inmate had asserted that the misbehavior report that notified him of the charges against him should have indicated the basis of knowledge or veracity of confidential informants who provided information, but the court held that such information was not necessary to apprize the inmate of the nature of the charges against him.
It was through Riki and her fellow transgendered/transsexual folks (not the least of whom was TG/TS actress Carla Pridgen) that I began to see the veracity of this analysis, that I began to see that much of the homophobia I have experienced in my lifetime--both externally and internally--had very little to do with sex and very much to do with "how a man is supposed to act." This has been confirmed over and over again by my own observation and by readings such as Byrne Fone's Homophobia: A History.
Why were middle-class audiences so anxious about the supposed veracity of the books they might choose to read, and why did this anxiety remain so high across the entire century?
NIST researchers recently developed a web-based facility to help analysts determine the veracity of peak-fitting approaches in XPS.
Evidence suggests that market stability is largely based on the veracity of the information underlying the market.
Lexis-Nexis announces Veracity, a new service designed to deliver access to realtime, customizable news for the business website market.
Veracity is a new LEXIS-NEXIS service that offers business Web sites access to real-time, customizable news within the sites' individually-branded layout.
LEXIS-NEXIS (http://www.lexis-nexis.com) seized the opportunity to introduce Veracity, a new service designed to deliver access to real-time, customizable news for the business Web site market; it will be generally available later this year.
It was a revelation of veracity. I thought for a moment and then said, "I love you and I lust for you."
The Kansas Board of Education's decision to delete evolution from the state's recommended curriculum and from its standardized tests is, in itself, powerful evidence against the veracity of Darwin's great theory.
Trading of the shares, listed on the First Section, will be suspended until 90 minutes after the TSE confirms, through a company announcement, the veracity of the report that appeared in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper.