Genuine and Mimic


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Genuine adjective – Being exactly as appears or as claimed.
Mimic is an antonym for genuine.
Nearby Words: genuinely, genuineness
Antonyms for Genuine


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Mimic adjective – Being such in appearance only and made with or manufactured from usually cheaper materials.
Usage example: police were concerned that the mimic gun, although intended only as a toy, might be confused with the real thing in certain situations

Genuine is an antonym for mimic.
Nearby Word: mimicry
Antonyms for Mimic
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girl genuine girl mimic girl
abilities genuine abilities mimic abilities
heroes genuine heroes mimic heroes

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  • Animesque Some are simply non-Japanese creators deciding to mimic the style, while others are genuine co-productions.
    Source: Animesque
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