From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Veracious \Ve*ra"cious\, a. [L. verax, -acis, fr. verus true.
   See Very.]
   1. Observant of truth; habitually speaking truth; truthful;
      as, veracious historian.
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            The Spirit is most perfectly and absolutely
            veracious.                            --Barrow.
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   2. Characterized by truth; true; not false; as, a veracious
      account or narrative.
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            The young, ardent soul that enters on this world
            with heroic purpose, with veracious insight, will
            find it a mad one.                    --Carlyle.
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