Genuine in a sentence

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Definition of Genuine

  • Belonging to, or proceeding from, the original stock; native;
  • not counterfeit, spurious, false, or adulterated; authentic; real; natural; true; pure; as, a genuine text; a genuine production; genuine materials.
  • not fake or counterfeit

How to use genuine in a sentence. Genuine pronunciation.

We had a carpet and a genuine queen's-ware washbowl.
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I did not know what a Genuine Mexican Plug was, but there was something about this man's way of saying it, that made me swear inwardly that I would own a Genuine Mexican Plug, or die.
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While I was up, somebody struck the horse a sounding thwack with a leathern strap, and when I arrived again the Genuine Mexican Plug was not there.
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He mounted the Genuine, got lifted into the air once, but sent his spurs home as he descended, and the horse darted away like a telegram.
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And moreover, he is a simon-pure, out-and-out, genuine d-d Mexican plug, and an uncommon mean one at that, too.
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In the evening the Speaker came home afoot for exercise, and got the Genuine towed back behind a quartz wagon.
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The Genuine Mexican Plug had eaten a ton of the article, and the man said he would have eaten a hundred if he had let him.
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I managed to pay the livery bill, and that same day I gave the Genuine Mexican Plug to a passing Arkansas emigrant whom fortune delivered into my hand.
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Her wrath seemed genuine enough; but she was vehemently eager to learn all that had passed.
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In this story the old Cossacks, centuries dead, have a genuine resurrection of the body.
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It was not until the publication of "Dead Souls" that Russia had a genuine realistic novel.
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Of all modern novelists, he is the best exponent of genuine culture.
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His modesty was the genuine humility of a truly great man.
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It has genuine humour, and the conclusion leaves one in a muse.
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Despite all the geographical and historical research that Tolstoi imposed on himself as a preliminary to the writing of "War and Peace," he did not write the history of that epoch, nor would a genuine student quote him as in authority.
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As an artist, he will not bear a moment's comparison with Andreev; but some of his short stories and his play, "The Night Asylum," have the genuine Russian note of reality, and a rude strength much too great for its owner's control.
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Even before the Revolution Gorki had expressed the spirit of revolt; but his position, extreme as it appears to an Anglo-Saxon, has been left far behind by Artsybashev, who, with the genuine Russian love of the reductio ad absurdum, has reached the farthest limits of moral anarchy in the creation of his hero Sanin.
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But shouldst thou ever be inclined by God's Spirit to pray thus, without doubt or scruple, in a filial temper, and with simplicity of heart, resting on the true foundation, and in genuine faith, then pray thus by all means!
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Remarkable proofs of genuine and vivid piety, triumphs of patience and grace, lifting their possessors above the most painful and distressing circumstances, are met with in all their explorations, and more than repay them for toil or privation.
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There, the genuine and wholesome civilization of the nineteenth century is curiously confused and commingled with the Walter Scott Middle-Age sham civilization; and so you have practical, common-sense, progressive ideas, and progressive works; mixed up with the duel, the inflated speech, and the jejune romanticism of an absurd past that is dead, and out of charity ought to be buried.
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Examples of Genuine

Example #1
When we added a painted oilcloth window curtain, we simply took our lives into our own hands.
Example #2
In many cases, too, the wealthy and the cultured rose to spittoons and other evidences of a sumptuous and luxurious taste.
Example #3
I inquired, suppressing what eagerness I could.
Example #4
Said he: "I know that horse-know him well.
Example #5
A California youth chased him up and caught him, and asked if he might have a ride.
Example #6
I granted him that luxury.