bona fide[ boh-nuh fahyd, bon-uh; boh-nuh fahy-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bona fide
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BONA FIDE
The purchase of the face powder might have been quite innocent and bona fide.
"It was no mockery—it was a bona fide marriage," he returned.
They had not a bona fide delegation from any Southern State.
And your acquaintance with him is positively and bona fide of a state nature?
He had made them bona fide, in the interest of his conscience later on.
The yachts were to be bona fide cruisers, and only jib-topsails were prohibited.
What sordid considerations, when there is a bona fide ball in view.
The ruse worked, and soon the doctor found his calls were bona fide.
And after his own bona fide effort, who would be surprised to find him sus.
Do you mean to say that you still accept all this as bona fide?