Veritable

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Adjective

Veritable (comparative more Veritable, superlative most Veritable)

  1. True, real.
    He is a veritable swine.
    A fair is a veritable smorgasbord. (From Charlotte's Web).

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aboveboard, absolute, actual, all-embracing, all-encompassing, all-out, all-pervading, ascertained, attested, authentic, authenticated, bona fide, born, broad-based, categorically true, certain, certified, clean, clear, comprehensive, confirmed, congenital, consummate, corroborated, de facto, deep-dyed, demonstrated, determined, documentary, downright, dyed-in-the-wool, effectual, egregious, established, exhaustive, factual, fair and square, for real, foursquare, genuine, good-faith, historical, honest-to-God, indubitable, intensive, legitimate, not in error, objectively true, omnibus, omnipresent, on the level, on the square, on the up-and-up, open, open and aboveboard, out-and-out, outright, perfect, pervasive, plain, plumb, positive, proved, pure, radical, real, regular, sheer, single-hearted, square, square-dealing, square-shooting, straight, straight-shooting, substantial, substantiated, sure-enough, sweeping, thorough, thoroughgoing, through-and-through, total, true, true as gospel, truthful, ubiquitous, unconditional, unconfuted, undeniable, undenied, undoubted, unerroneous, unfallacious, unfalse, universal, unmistaken, unmitigated, unqualified, unquestionable, unrefuted, unreserved, unrestricted, up-and-up, utter, validated, veracious, verified, very, virtual, wholesale

Etymology

French, from Latin veritabilis.

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Adjective

  1. real; true; veritable

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Latin veritabilis

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