: lack of truth : falseness
forced to recognize its inadequacy, its palpable inveracityG. J. Becker
: an intentional falsehood : lie
the bogus anecdotes of his conversation were not, I am convinced, plain inveracities, but things which he had imaginedChristopher Hollis

Word History


in- entry 1 + veracity

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“Inveracity.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 1 Dec. 2023.

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