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Word: unfeigned

Definition: genuine; real


Sentences Containing 'unfeigned'

Let it be thy earnest and incessant care as a Roman and a man to perform whatsoever it is that thou art about, with true and unfeigned gravity, natural affection, freedom and justice: and as for all other cares, and imaginations, how thou mayest ease thy mind of them.
"You reasoned it out beautifully," I exclaimed in unfeigned admiration.
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