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veridical (adjective), more veridical, most veridical
1. A reference to telling the truth or being honest: The witness gave veridical testimony as to what really happened the night the teenager was shot on the street.
2. Characterized by something that corresponds with facts or to reality, and therefore is genuine or real: Jimmy had a veridical hallucination that his parents were injured in an auto accident which turned out to be true.
3. Etymology: from Latin veridicus; from verus, "true" + dicere, "to say".
This entry is located in the following units: dic-, dict- (page 10) veri-, ver- (page 2)