We believe that is the only sustainable path to genuine stability.
I have a mix of people, I just want people who show a genuine interest.
The genuine of the book is how sexual repression can be rendered as a fascinating literary topic.
But there was something rare and genuine about his presence.
He could form a genuine post-presidential friendship with Bill Clinton, the man who had defeated him in 1992.
His protestations would have been passionate had they been genuine.
These were, however, genuine, and spoke in the name and with the authority of the tribes.
It would be difficult to find one who could be the subject of a genuine lyric.
We have really enough to do to look after the genuine article.
He felt transports of joy in clasping her in his arms and genuine despair when he left her.
1590s, "natural, not acquired," from Latin genuinus "native, natural," from root of gignere "beget" (see genus), perhaps influenced in form by contrasting adulterinus "spurious." [Alternative etymology is from Latin genu "knee," from a supposed ancient custom of a father acknowledging paternity of a newborn by placing it on his knee.] Meaning "really proceeding from its reputed source" is from 1660s. Related: Genuinely; genuineness.