not feigned; sincere; genuine.

1325–75; Middle English unfeynid. See un-1, feign, -ed2

unfeignedly [uhn-fey-nid-lee] , adverb
unfeignedness, noun
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late 14c., "sincere, genuine, true, real," from un- (1) "not" + pp. of feign.
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Example sentences
Mankind has borne him and raised him and he is the direct, unfeigned expression of mankind's innermost, deepest-hidden urges.
It is with unfeigned regret the colonel commanding bids you all an affectionate farewell.
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