Genuine adjective - Being exactly as appears or as claimed.
Usage example: had a genuine van Gogh hanging in their living room
True is a synonym for genuine in authentic topic. In some cases you can use "True" instead the word "Genuine" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like honest, candid, unaffected, sincere. popular alternative
True adjective - Being exactly as appears or as claimed.
Usage example: his claim that he's the heir to the throne of Greece can't be true
Both words in one sentence
- So, those of House Raith feeds on lust but are scared and burned by those who know true and genuine love.
Source: Virtue/Vice Codification
- The serial was supposed to depict the true and genuine final end of the Daleks.
Source: Exiled from Continuity
- Subverted at the same time—Marley expresses true remorse at his lack of genuine altruism in life.
Source: Literature / A Christmas Carol
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