Thursday, May 17, 2007
(For those of you keeping score, this is post #301 at The Dragon. I think that's pretty cool.)
Inveracity (noun) - A falsehood; a lie; lack of truth; untruthfulness (veracity comes from the Latin verax, truth)
Word in a Sentence: In Sandy Lender's fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, Nigel is surprised that Chariss was able to discover Godric Taiman's inveracity after knowing the man for so short a time when the teachers and servants at the Taiman estate never suspected the leader of wrongdoing or treason in all their years of service.
Your turn! What devious and sinister sentences can you come up with today?
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
Tags: Choices Meant for Gods, Sandy Lender, fantasy novel, word, grammar