Something having the mere appearance of being true or real
a true statement
, as applied to literary or artistic representations, suggests a degree of plausibility sufficient to induce audience belief the characterizations in that novel lack verisimilitude
, as applied to things, connotes correspondence with fact or with reality the verity of that thesis
, as applied to persons or to their utterances, connotes habitual adherence to the truth I cannot doubt your veracity
suggests conformity with the facts or with reality, either as an idealized abstraction Pilate said to him, ``What is truth?"" or in actual application to statements, ideas, acts, etc. there is no truth in that rumor
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