To borrow from the Harvard motto, it does carry a ring of “veritas.”
Ubicunque ars ostentatur, veritas abesse videtur—Wherever 40 there is a display of art, truth seems to us to be wanting.
The legend on the early seal of Harvard University was veritas.
Ista veritas etiam si jucunda non est, mihi tamen grata est.
But in Apache there was no veritas, and so the mascal could not affect him in this way.
An early emblem of Harvard College was a shield with veritas (truth) upon three open books.
It is "veritas praevalebit," which means, "Truth will prevail."
veritas non recipit magis ac minus—Truth admits not of greater and less.
In one office, that of "veritas" in France, there were registered not less than 730.
The individual who chose to hide behind the nom de plume of veritas wrote briefly and to the point.