[ UK /vˈɛɹɪtəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈvɛɹɪtəbəɫ/ ]
  1. often used as intensifiers
    a regular nincompoop
    he's a veritable swine
    a regular morass of details
  2. not counterfeit or copied
    an unquestionable antique
    photographs taken in a veritable bull ring
    an authentic signature
    a bona fide manuscript
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How To Use veritable In A Sentence

  • My garden had become a veritable jungle by the time I came back from holiday.
  • Birding could produce a veritable spring of teal.
  • He can turn the state of lonely self-loathing into a veritable inferno of seething threats, fans, mockers, competitors.
  • Once Bob would have been a veritable fund of info about goings-on around the club.
  • The two men followed as the warden led them through a veritable maze of stone passages and metal walkways.
  • On those occasions the CHAzn presents a veritable concert of liturgical selections, often with a choir to assist him.
  • What with ripened berries, snails, slugs and insects, there was a veritable feast on offer.
  • Blogs are full of opposing views on presses -- what has been perfect for one reloader is a veritable piece of junk to another ... I Love Hornady!
  • Even this small house was a veritable palace compared to his tent.
  • If diving for wrecks turns you on, Bermuda is a veritable treasure trove of maritime disaster, with a wreck collection including 16th century Spanish galleons, warships and a luxury transatlantic liner.
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