genuinely : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in accordance with truth or fact or reality
    a genuinely open society
  • r  genuinely; with authority

  • He was just a genuinely nice person who was exceptionally bright, exceptionally bright, and driven and talented.
  • This is because Jeff genuinely wants to know and understand the people who work for him.
  • It's precisely because Obama intends to pursue a genuinely progressive foreign policy that he's surrounding himself with people who can guard his right flank at home.
News & Articles


  • David Miliband in 940 News the official death toll jumped to more than 28,000, British Foreign Secretary David Miliband warned that "malign neglect" by the country's military rulers was creating a "humanitarian catastrophe of genuinely epic proportions."
  • Barack Obama in Northwest Herald
    That's real money, even in Washington,Obama said. "But remember: That's less than we are projected to have spent on the war in Iraq. And also remember: Failing to reform our health care system in a way that genuinely reduces cost growth...
  • John Howard in BBC News
    Whilst it pains me both as a cricket lover and as somebody who genuinely believes these things should be left to sporting organisations...... it leaves me with no alternative,said Mr Howard.

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