Difficult Words :

Veracity and Venerate





Difficult Words : Veracity and Venerate

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Venerate (VEN uh RATE) v: to revere, to treat as something holy especially because of great age

Lester venerated his grandfather. He worshipped the very ground the old man limped on.

The members of the curious religion venerated Elvis Presley and hoped that the Pope would declare him a saint.

A person who is worthy of being venerated is said to be venerable.




Veracity (vuh RAS I tee) n: truthfulness

The veracity of young George Washington is legendary, but it may be apocryphal.



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