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She shared with The Washington Post the written, detailed narrative of her experience she had given to the genuine police, who confirmed it as the report they received.

Such a move may serve to undermine confidence in the integrity of the democratic process without posing a genuine risk to the election, said cybersecurity experts.

They operate on the assumption that you won’t work hard to improve if you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, so they try to foster a genuine love of the sport.

A genuine commitment to the full range of human rights for LGBT people would mean far more than reassurances that they’re pressuring governments on this single issue behind the scenes.

Perhaps it is telling, however, that the lowest-weighted option available was genuine optimism on the part of investors.

Hilary and Anna had lately sung this wail together, but not to its end, she had called it "so ungenuine."

As far as I could read and understand, it was absurd, perfectly ungenuine.

It is pronounced by some of the best critics to be ungenuine.


On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ungenuine, such as: fictitious, inaccurate, mythical, unsubstantiated, untrue, and counterfeit.

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