Veracious to Vi et armis

Veracious, a.

    1. Truthful, observant of truth, true, truth-loving, straightforward, trustworthy, reliable.
    2. True, credible, reliable, trustworthy, honest.

Veracity, n. Truthfulness, truth, ingenuousness, honesty, candor, frankness.

Verbal, a.

    1. Oral, spoken, unwritten, parol, nuncupative, expressed in words.
    2. As to words, about words, technical.
    3. Literal, word for word.
    4. Derived from a verb.

Verbally, ad.

    1. Orally, by word of mouth.
    2. Word for word, verbatim.

Verbatim, ad. [L.] Literally, word for word, in the same words.

Verbena, n. (Bot.) Vervain.

Verbiage, n. Wordiness, verboseness, verbosity, prolixity, diffuseness.

Verbose, a. Wordy, prolix, diffuse.

Verbosity, n. Wordiness, macrology, prolixity, verboseness, perissology.

Verbum sapienti. A word to the wise, hint, suggestion.

Verdancy, n.

    1. Greenness, viridity, verdantness.
    2. (Colloq.) Inexperience, rawness, liability to be imposed upon.

Verdant, a.

    1. Green, fresh.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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