inauthentic : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  intended to deceive

  • The most damning criticism from some Asian critics could be summed up as, "How dare an inauthentic Chinese write this!" The book wasn't even available in Hong Kongprobably .
  • Rather than continue as the wealthy rock-poet of the American grunt and risk being labeled inauthentic, Springsteen set out for new territory.
  • Those who sneer at the chicken tikka masala for being inauthenticand many dowould do well to read Collingham's lovely new book.
News & Articles

  • 'Mad Men' finale Q&A: Matthew Weiner
    [SPOILER ALERT: Do not read until you have watched Sunday night's season finale of Mad Men .] When the penultimate season of Mad Men drew to a close, we witnessed the break of Don: Jon Hamm’s enigmatic ad exec snapped out of an alcohol-fueled haze of shame-spiraling and self-sabotage by deciding to get honest with himself and shine a light on his past, even if this dismantling of his inauthentic ...
    June 24, 2013 - Entertainment Weekly

  • Bob Costas in Forbes
    I've actually always had a pretty cordial relationship with Barry,Costas said. "I have no ill feelings toward him personally. I regard him as one of the greatest players of all time who got inauthentic boost and then became a superhuman...
  • Artur Davis in
    Reed believes that a public official's race matters more than his capacity for independent judgment. He believes that a black American who holds elected office must follow a certain path or be inauthentic,Davis said of Reed.
  • Christopher Buckley in
    But that was - sigh - then. John McCain has changed,Buckley writes. "This campaign has changed John McCain. It has made him inauthentic. A once-first class temperament has become irascible and snarly; his positions change, and lack...

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