inauthentic

[in-aw-then-tik]
adjective
not authentic: inauthentic Indian jewelry mass-produced in a factory.

Origin:
1855–60; in-3 + authentic

inauthentically, adverb
inauthenticity [in-aw-then-tis-i-tee, -thuhn-] , noun
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inauthentic (ˌɪnɔːˈθɛntɪk)
 
adj
not authentic; false

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Example sentences
What she means is that there is something inorganic, derivative and inauthentic
  about a lot of mobile communication.
Obviously, there are no public initiatives and big priorities that don't become
  inauthentic power plays, on some level.
In time, the inauthentic may drive out the authentic altogether.
His public self in fact mirrors his politics, opportunistic and inauthentic.
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