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genuineness

noun as in authenticity (of an item)

noun as in sincerity

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There still is good in many of their notions, a surviving streak of idealism, a genuine quality of young inspiration.

The content shared via Instagram Stories is typically more raw and unfiltered, which allows brands to create a more genuine image.

By late January, as millions of us rejoice while waiting to get a needle jabbed in our arms, Nationals Park should be the home of two new thumping bats and at least two new arms that are genuine upgrades.

It’s contrition that feels like it came from a battered schoolyard bully, only genuine.

It’s also important to create genuine oversight, so that people feel their data isn’t being misused, and put effort into cross-border collaborations so that your app doesn’t stop working when you move from one place to another.

Cyrus somehow escaped the showbiz trap of manufactured personality and preserved a genuineness that is very hard to fake.

I think there is a genuineness and lack of calculation with them both.

As the payee was induced to take the note on A's statement of its genuineness, he could not escape payment.

The paper was of such a nature that I immediately began an investigation as to its genuineness.

The payee, a respectable merchant of Richmond, presented it in person, and there was no doubt of its genuineness.

This is in accordance with the language of Aristides, and indeed is the only view consistent with a belief in their genuineness.

I need not repeat what is said by Dr. Wessely and M. Ruelle in defence of the genuineness of our fragment.

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On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to genuineness, such as: authenticity, credibility, legitimacy, realness, veracity, and verisimilitude.

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

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