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  • noun Plural form of unveracity.


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  • Why has the world been so credulous of the unveracities of politicians?

    The Economic Consequences of the Peace John Maynard Keynes 1914

  • In each of these books the possible unveracities in detail are a confirmation of their representative American character.

    The American Spirit in Literature : a chronicle of great interpreters Bliss Perry 1907

  • Pauperism is the poisonous dripping from all the sins, and putrid unveracities and god-forgetting greedinesses and devil-serving cants and jesuitisms, that exist among us.

    Latter-Day Pamphlets Thomas Carlyle 1838

  • Street are really the Government of this huge ungoverned Empire; that to clean out the dead pedantries, unveracities, indolent somnolent impotences, and accumulated dung-mountains there, is the beginning of all practical good whatsoever.

    Latter-Day Pamphlets Thomas Carlyle 1838

  • Most lamentable unveracities continually _spoken_ in

    Latter-Day Pamphlets Thomas Carlyle 1838

  • "Hansard's Debates," continues Crabbe farther on, "present many inconsistencies of speech; lamentable unveracities uttered in

    Latter-Day Pamphlets Thomas Carlyle 1838


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