unveracity

unveracity

(ˌʌnvəˈræsətɪ)
n
1. lack of veracity or truthfulness; the quality or condition of tending to speak what is false
2. falsity; inaccuracy; falseness; the quality or condition of being untrue
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References in classic literature ?
"Sailors are notorious for their unveracity, are they not?" the lady voiced her flat conclusion in the form of a tentative query.
It is a misfortune to some fiction-writers that fiction and unveracity in the average person's mind mean one and the same thing.
With the arrival of the first stampeders, Bonanza Creek woke up, and thereupon began a long-distance race between unveracity and truth, wherein, lie no matter how fast, men were continually overtaken and passed by truth.