veridicous

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veridicous (comparative more veridicous, superlative most veridicous)

  1. (archaic, rare) veridical; true
    • 1829, Thomas Love Peacock, The Misfortunes of Elphin:
      This, however, was a later result, and comes not within the scope of the present veridicous narrative.
    • 1847, Felix Summerly, Pleasure Excursions:
      Guildford Castle is not mentioned in veridicous history before Stephen's time, though it has been called a Saxon building.

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