genuinely

[ jen-yoo-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF genuinely

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"That's the first I've heard of it," said Austin, genuinely surprised.

He was genuinely in love, even unselfishly—as far as he could be unselfish.

The Mamunds themselves were now genuinely anxious for peace.

She was genuinely pleased, saying in reply that one did one's possible, but that children!

They surrounded the place effectively and surprised Tony genuinely.

Vard demanded, in a tone which showed that he was genuinely startled.

He was so genuinely an artist that he could not do the thing ill.

He was only genuinely interested to see what would come of it.

His eyes, and the 46 hue of his cheeks, genuinely alarmed her; she went to him, but he avoided her.

He was not a local, but a genuinely national American and free churchman.

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