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adjective: Truthful; honest; accurate.
From Latin verus (true). Earliest documented use: 1677.
“Olivia had instinctively perceived that the girl was neither exaggerating nor embellishing, and she knew she had listened to a veracious witness.”
Barbara Taylor Bradford; A Woman of Substance; Doubleday; 1979.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:If you don't turn your life into a story, you just become a part of someone else's story. -Terry Pratchett, novelist (28 Apr 1948-2015)