The biggest change from the Romney of 2008, or even of a few months ago, is that he genuinely seems to be enjoying himself.
Both reek of false modesty, but Deen does appear jumpy and genuinely anxious at times.
Anybody who genuinely cares for Zackary can only take heart that he has fared remarkably well.
And hard for nurses to do, unless the culture ensures that they genuinely shouldn't fear later retaliation.
For me, I read the script that Alex [Kurtzman] and Bob [Orci] wrote, and I genuinely loved it.
Very young—but austere, dignified, and strange, genuinely and effortlessly strange.
"That's the first I've heard of it," said Austin, genuinely surprised.
But not all Poles were genuinely resolved to defend the city.
He was genuinely in love, even unselfishly—as far as he could be unselfish.
She expressed true sympathy and regret at the untimely fate of Anthony, lamenting him much and genuinely.
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.