Definition of Inverity

1. Noun. (rare) Untruth, falsehood. ¹



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Definition of Inverity

1. lack of truth [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inverity

inventory item
inventory management
inventorying
inventoryless
inventour
inventress
inventresses
inventrices
inventrix
invents
inveracity
inverecund
inverisimilitude
inverisimilitudes
inverities
inverity (current term)
invermination
inverness
invernesses
inverse
inverse-square law
inverse Fourier transform
inverse Fourier transforms
inverse anaphylaxis
inverse density dependence
inverse function
inverse functions
inverse hyperbolic function
inverse hyperbolic functions
inverse image

Literary usage of Inverity

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1. Cathay and the Way Thither: Being a Collection of Medieval Notices of China by Henry Yule, Odorico, Rashīd al-Dīn Ṭabīb, Francesco Balducci Pegolotti, Joannes de Marignolis, Ibn Batuta, Bento de Góis (1866)
"... "inverity and truth this man is staunch to his religion, for lo here in presence of theo a prince of another faith, and of all the rest of us, ..."

2. Introduction to General Inorganic Chemistry by Alexander Smith (1907)
"In making it, we are well aware of the inverity of some of its elements. But then, as will have been observed, we do not attempt to verify the hypothesis ..."

3. Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry by Alexander Smith (1906)
"In making it, we are well aware of the inverity of some of its elements. But then, as will have been observed, we do not attempt to verify the hypothesis ..."

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