1. In a veracious manner; honestly; truthfully.
    • 1888: Walt Whitman, November Boughs; from Complete Poetry and Collected Prose, 1855-1892 []
      ...take the following pages, as you do some long and gossippy letter written for you by a relative or friend traveling through distant scenes and incidents, and jotting them down lazily and informally, but ever veraciously ...

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