bonafied vs bona fide : Common Errors in English

About bonafied vs bona fide

Bona fide is a Latin phrase meaning “in good faith,” most often used tomean “genuine” today. It is often misspelled as if it were the pasttense of an imaginary verb: “bonafy.”

bona fide Meaning(s)

  • (s) undertaken in good faith
  • (s) not counterfeit or copied

bona fide in News

  1. Dolph Ziggler Needs a Clean Win over Alberto Del Rio at Payback

    Is Dolph Ziggler a bona fide main event star, or will he be another Money in the Bank experiment gone wrong? The way his match with Alberto Del Rio on Sunday is booked will go a long way in determining the answer to that question. For "The Show-Off" to have any chance of becoming a legitimate top star, he needs a clean and decisive win over the "Essence of Excellence." Under normal circumstances ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Bleacher Report

  2. Roy Nelson on Why Dana White Does Not Like Him: 'He's Star-Struck'

    Since joining the UFC via The Ultimate Fighter back in 2009, Roy Nelson has been a focus of Dana White 's criticism. During Nelson's time on the reality show, "Big Country" was condemned by White for celebrating what the UFC president saw as mediocre performances. Since Nelson transitioned from TUF contestant to bona fide heavyweight contender, White has shifted gears, criticizing Nelson's ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Bleacher Report

  3. NFL Debrief: Chicago and Oakland just can't escape the past

    Something happened in the NFL this weekend. I mean bona fide news, not an update on where Tim Tebow wasn't playing. There was a trade. The Chicago Bears shipped offensive lineman Gabe Carimi to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a sixth-round pick. Let that sink in for a minute: Gabe Carimi is relevant for a day. Carimi was Chicago's first-round pick in 2011, drafted 29th overall. He was part of an ...
    on June 10, 2013 Source: SB Nation

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