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Truthful or accurate, especially in relation to perceptions, dreams, or premonitions that are confirmed by subsequent observations. veridicality n. The property or condition of being veridical. [From Latin veridicus truthful, from verus true + dicere to speak]

Subjects: Psychology.

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