Snapshots are used to create a nostalgic, authentic feel, opening with Galon as a freckle-faced girl out of Huck Finn.
By stepping outside myth, the show brought the expectation that it would be something new and authentic.
Is this the most authentic way to represent Italian cheese in a different country?
Lucky Break pierces the superficial surface of acting to reveal the enthralling, authentic drama at the heart of the business.
They "don't seem to have an authentic friend in their life because everyone around them is attached to them because of money."
So far we have authentic records to rely on; the remainder is pure conjecture.
If you happen to be unacquainted with its authentic history, so much the better.
Be it our task, then, to jot down some authentic notices of that ancient, and now extinct monarchy.
They are additions to the stock of authentic Apician recipes.
The figure representing Heloise is not, however, an authentic likeness.
mid-14c., "authoritative," from Old French autentique (13c., Modern French authentique) "authentic; canonical," and directly from Medieval Latin authenticus, from Greek authentikos "original, genuine, principal," from authentes "one acting on one's own authority," from autos "self" (see auto-) + hentes "doer, being," from PIE *sene- "to accomplish, achieve." Sense of "entitled to acceptance as factual" is first recorded mid-14c.
Traditionally (at least since the 18c.), authentic implies that the contents of the thing in question correspond to the facts and are not fictitious; genuine implies that the reputed author is the real one; though this distinction is not etymological and is not always now recognized.