veritable

Veritable vs Actually - What's the difference?

veritable | actually |


As an adjective veritable

is veritable.

As an adverb actually is

(modal) in act or in fact; really; in truth; positively.

Veritable vs Really - What's the difference?

veritable | really |


As an adjective veritable

is veritable.

As an adverb really is

(lb) actually; in fact; in reality.

As an interjection really is

indicating surprise at, or requesting confirmation of, some new information; to express skepticism.

Veritable vs Undenied - What's the difference?

veritable | undenied |


As adjectives the difference between veritable and undenied

is that veritable is veritable while undenied is not denied.

Veritable vs Powerful - What's the difference?

veritable | powerful |


As adjectives the difference between veritable and powerful

is that veritable is veritable while powerful is having, or capable of exerting power, potency or influence.

Veritable vs Important - What's the difference?

veritable | important |


As adjectives the difference between veritable and important

is that veritable is veritable while important is important.

Veritable - What does it mean?

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Veritable vs Authenticated - What's the difference?

veritable | authenticated | Related terms |

Veritable is a related term of authenticated.


As an adjective veritable

is veritable.

As a verb authenticated is

.

Veritable vs Attested - What's the difference?

veritable | attested | Related terms |

Veritable is a related term of attested.


As adjectives the difference between veritable and attested

is that veritable is veritable while attested is proven; shown to be true with evidence.

As a verb attested is

(attest).

Veritable vs Reliable - What's the difference?

veritable | reliable | Related terms |

Veritable is a related term of reliable.


As adjectives the difference between veritable and reliable

is that veritable is veritable while reliable is suitable]] or fit to be [[rely on|relied on; worthy of dependence or reliance; trustworthy.

As a noun reliable is

something or someone or dependable.

Factual vs Veritable - What's the difference?

factual | veritable | Related terms |

Factual is a related term of veritable.


As adjectives the difference between factual and veritable

is that factual is of or characterised by or consisting of facts while veritable is veritable.

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