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veracity (vuh RAS i tee) (noun)
1. Truth or accuracy: "They had to question the veracity of his remarks regarding the accident."
2. The quality of being truthful or honest: "The lawyer hoped the jury wouldn't doubt the veracity of the witness."
voracity (vaw RAY shuhs, vuh RAY shuhs) (noun)
The quality or state of having or showing a tendency to eat very large amounts of food or to consume or to desire large amounts of something; such as, knowledge: "His voracity was demonstrated by his greedy behavior at the dinner table."

The voracity of his mind to read and to absorb new information was matched by the veracity of his essays which were written in lucid or easy to understand prose.

voracity (s) (noun), voracities (pl)
The quality or character of being especially greedy in eating; extreme gluttony: Bob sat at the table and ate not only 2 hamburgers, but 10 hamburgers! It certainly can be said that he showed a great deal of voracity and his figure showed it, too!!
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