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Max Mavian

The verity of his findings must be approached with skepticism as his findings are difficult to reduplicate

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"One year, we're going to learn that coffee is good for us. The next year, we're going to learn that it's bad for us. The next year, we're going to learn we don't know."

- Brian Nosek, Univerity of Virginia, speaking for NPR news on the verity of new research


http://www.npr.org/2015/08/28/435416046/research-results-often-fail-to-be-replicated-researchers-say

Verity [vɛɹɪɾi]

n.

1. the condition or quality of being true or accurate


2. belief, principle, or statement expressing some basic human truth

Etymology

French verité "truth,"


ultimately Latin veritas "truth"

Synonyms

  • truth
  • legitimacy
  • accuracy

Antonym

  • falsity
  • deceitfulness
  • fabrication

Incorrect Sentence?

  • What is moral verity without a teacher's copy?


  • If your citations have verity, what good is your paper?


  • What verity could her folk tale have?


  • The verity of the work is not the question, the question is who's work it is


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B - "verity" here would be "condition of being false" instead of "true"