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inveracity (s) (noun), inveracities (pl)
1. The practice or habit of lying: Somehow Tom always got away with inveracity and truthlessness and never got punished for the things he actually did.
2. An untrue statement or declaration; falsehood: The inveracity of saying that he didn't throw a rock through the car window, although he did, was so audacious and impudent that his parents had him stay in his room the rest of the day.
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