Here at last was a bona-fide lower-berther who might be induced to enlighten me.
Sometimes they were written by an immigrant, a bona-fide worker.
He did make one bona-fide attempt, but the stock went down, he sold out and netted a small loss.
I think what he meant was that he'd like it to look like a bona-fide, voluntary sale.
No, the government had no evidence of crime against Schneider or Forster, or any of the bona-fide Socialists.
In fact, I have had a fancy that you were a bona-fide guest.
The Batavian republic now was a bona-fide modern state and all was well with the world.
At present I have a bona-fide bid of fifteen hundred from you.
You may not know it, gentlemen, but we have had a bona-fide offer of one hundred dollars—and that isn't to be sneezed at, is it?
But, points out some one, there are books on labor written by bona-fide workers.
Genuine: “The offer was a bona fide business opportunity: they really meant to carry it through.” From Latin, meaning “in good faith.”