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- adv. In a veracious manner; honestly; truthfully.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a veracious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a veracious manner; truthfully.
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She eat most veraciously at Uncles, and was very well, on the Easter Monday; and from that time (11 days) she eat not a morsel more.
But she was also a renaissance woman who read veraciously.
You could like, shake the phone veraciously until a big creamy splooge hits your favourite girl's face.
The starving creature dove forward, like a man half in his cups with wine, and veraciously began devouring the gruel, scooping it out of the bowl and shoving it into his mouth with his fingers.
There is also a certain grave hoax, where some fabulous matter is most veraciously reported, in which the Americans have shown great success and something of a national predilection.
Take, for example, a package, the contents of which are veraciously announced on the affixed slip as
But his historical method has been of great value, the patient study of original authorities, the copious references quoted, the careful indexing, all being proof how anxious he was that the subject should be presented clearly and veraciously, rather than that the books should shine as literary performances.
Nothing now can recompense them for what they have lost; in them the moral sternly and veraciously shows its head.
_The tale concerns the children of Florian and Sylvie: and for it I may claim, at least, the same merit that old Nicolas does at the very outset; since as he veraciously declares -- yet with a smack of pride:
Freydis now smiled a little, for she saw that Manuel believed he was speaking veraciously.