Veritable Ver"i*ta*ble, a. [F. v['e]ritable. See {Verity}.] Agreeable to truth or to fact; actual; real; true; genuine. ``The veritable Deity.'' --Sir W. Hamilton. -- {Ver"i*ta*bly}, adv. [1913 Webster]

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