Genuine synonyms

jĕn'yo͝o-ĭn
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Simple; mere
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Conforming to a rule or pattern; exact; accurate.
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Real; said of things
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Well grounded; just:
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(Especially when capitalized) Holy.
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Capable of being touched, felt or handled; touchable, tangible.
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Of or containing facts.
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Strictly distinguished from others; very:
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Stated or otherwise presented without any effort to soften or disguise; plain:
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(Law) Executed in a manner so as to produce legal effectiveness:
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Capable of providing a correct reading or measurement:
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Having reaffirmed belief through Jewish confirmation
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(Not comparable) Pioneering.
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Of, relating to, or being an adjective or pronoun that stands alone when the noun it modifies is being implied but not stated. For example, in Theirs were the best, theirs is an absolute pronoun and best is an absolute adjective.
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Of or relating to drama of high professional quality that excludes burlesque, vaudeville, and some forms of musical comedy:
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Real; said of things
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Existing in reality or in fact; not merely possible, but real; as it really is
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The definition of sound is someone or something that is in good condition.
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Having, or attested to by, a certificate
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Of considerable worth or value; important
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Not feigned; genuine.
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Substituted with fraudulent intent; spurious.
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Relating to, being, or having value reckoned by actual purchasing power:
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Real; said of things
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(Informal) Genuine; real; authentic
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Real; said of things
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Real; said of things
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The quality of being genuine; authenticity.
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Not impeachable; that cannot be doubted, questioned, or discredited; irreproachable
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Honest and frank:
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That cannot be contradicted; irrefutable.
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The definition of reliable is dependable or capable of being trusted.
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Authentic; genuine:
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Clearly manifest; evident:
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Impartial and free from prejudice.
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Lacking in cunning, guile, or worldliness; innocent or naive:
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(Informal) legitimate; legal; allowed by the rules
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Speaking or behaving in an artificial way to make an impression.
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Sincere
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The condition of being ingenuous
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Made inferior, impure, etc. by adulterating
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False, especially of money; intended to deceive or carry appearance of being genuine.
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Uttering falsehood; dishonest or deceitful.
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Based on false or misleading information or unjustified assumptions.
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Not real; false, fraudulent.
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Not trustworthy; dubious or fallacious:
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The definition of unreal is something that is so odd, amazing or unusual it cannot be true or does not seem true.
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Not doubted, called in question, or disputed; certain
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With no exception or qualification; unexceptionable
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Exhibiting strength; sound; healthy; firm; not weak.
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Having poor manners or social skills; ill-mannered; rude.
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Subject to positive verification
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Having the same parents:
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Real; said of things
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Real; said of things
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(Mathematics) Of or relating to positive integers, sometimes including zero.
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Complete; utter
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Not changed, affected, or influenced
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The definition of honest is someone or something that is truthful, trustworthy or genuine.
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True, real.
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The definition of definite is something that has limits, is clear in meaning, absolutely true and positive.
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Impossible to dispute; unquestionable:
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Obvious to the understanding; apparent to the mind; easily apprehensible; plain; not obscure or hidden.
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Worthy of trust; dependable; reliable
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Sincere
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Felt or believed deeply and sincerely.
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Sincere
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Sincere
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Being a hypocrite:
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Made to imitate something else; artificial
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Free from other elements; pure:
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Corresponding with reality or facts
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The quality or fact of being legitimate.
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The quality or state of being sincere; honesty, genuineness, good faith, etc.
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Clearly true; providing no possibility of doubt.
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Out-and-out; utter:
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Not disguised, plainly visible.
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Free from error
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Sanctioned by the pharmacopoeia; appointed to be used in medicine; officinal
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Precisely agreeing with a standard, a fact, or the truth; perfectly conforming; neither exceeding nor falling short in any respect.
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Following or representing the exact words of the original; word-for-word
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Clear; unencumbered; equal; fair.
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Some, but not very much; appreciable
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Of the highest quality:
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Real; said of things
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(Informal) Real; actual
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Real; said of things
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Identified as a specific type; renowned, famous.
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Firm and steadfast; loyal or true.
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Sincere
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Not genuine or real; false, counterfeit, pretended, etc.
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Of, relating to, or contemporary with the 12 Apostles.
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Arising or originating from a figure of authority
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Present in a canon, religious or otherwise.
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Serious; weighty; of a serious, weighty, or important nature; not trifling or feigned; important.
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Innate, inherent, inseparable from the thing itself, essential.
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Serving or dealing with food prepared according to such laws
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Completely obvious; blatant:
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Adhering to the accepted or traditional and established faith, especially in religion.
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(Obs.) Uninjured; whole
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(Chemistry) Of a dye that does not need the use of a mordant to be made fast to that which is being dyed.
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Not authorized by good usage; not genuine; spurious.
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The definition of dishonest is a person who cheats or lies.
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Not genuinely meaning what has been expressed; not sincere; artificial.
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Deceiving or intended to deceive
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unaffected; honest
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Tending to mislead; deceptive.
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Proper, real, genuine, true to type
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(New Age jargon) Good, desirable, healthful, pleasant, enjoyable; (often precedes 'energy', 'thought', 'feeling' or 'emotion').
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Synonym Study

  • Veritable implies correspondence with the truth and connotes absolute affirmation a veritable feast
  • Bona fide is properly used when a question of good faith is involved a bona fide offer to negotiate
  • Authentic implies reliability and trustworthiness, stressing that the thing considered is in agreement with fact or actuality an authentic report or proceeds from the alleged source an authentic medieval manuscript
  • genuine grief
  • Genuine is applied to that which really is what it is represented to be, emphasizing freedom from admixture, adulteration, sham, etc. genuine silk
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