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That you will never find a genuinely great player who is not some level of brilliant.

From Ozy

They suggested writing a breakup song where a guy cheats on a girl, but she still feels hopeful and genuinely wishes him well.

As for whether the network effect touted by Berners-Lee will be enough to create a future where people genuinely have more control over their own data than they do in this era of Big Tech, time will tell.

From Fortune

They seem genuinely companionable even outside the breeding season, often roosting in the same hole even during warm spells when sharing body heat isn’t important.

Hopefully developers will embrace the variable-resistance triggers, because it genuinely adds something to the experience and, if I’m not mistaken, even has the potential to make games more accessible.

On the one hand, they are genuinely powerful, and Democrats rely on their money and manpower during elections.

Indeed, does Francis, or any Christian, genuinely accept that God is God, whether his name be Allah or God?

She is genuinely concerned, of course, that you look so exhausted and old.

All were genuinely shocked and mystified when they finally learned, on Sept. 4, that I was not covered by MagnaCare.

But it is clear he is not a man who is interested in having beers with people he is not genuinely interested in interacting with.

Nor was his sympathy mere acting; he genuinely felt it; the affection for Tony somehow was not dead.

I believe Hunt to be genuinely under the impression that he had the honour of the confidence of the King of Asturia.

The two Indians appeared genuinely grateful for the plaster, and offered fifty cents in payment, which of course Pennock refused.

"Yes; she was too genuinely a lady to encourage his suit, then discard him at the last moment," he concluded, despondently.

The late Celtic age was one which genuinely delighted in beauty of form and detail.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to genuinely, such as: absolutely, actually, authentically, certainly, fairly, and honestly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.