"No," replied Elinor, most feelingly sensible of every fresh circumstance in favour of Lucy’s veracity; "I remember he told us, that he had been staying a fortnight with some friends near Plymouth."
CHAPTER 23 However small Elinor’s general dependence on Lucy’s veracity might be, it was impossible for her on serious reflection to suspect it in the present case, where no temptation could be answerable to the folly of inventing a falsehood of such a description.
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I can vouch for her veracity.
But no one ever doubted the veracity of any story about Baba.