VER'ITY, n. [L. veritas, from verus, true.]

1. Truth; consonance of a statement, proposition or other thing to fact. 1Tim. 2.

It is a proposition of eternal verity, that none can govern while he is despised.

2. A true assertion or tenet.

By this it seems to be a verity.

3. Moral truth; agreement of the words with the thoughts.