Belonging to, or proceeding from the original stock; native; hence, not counterfeit, spurious, false, or adulterated; authentic; real; natural; true; pure. (adjective) मूल स्टॉक से संबंधित या उससे आगे बढ़ना; मूल निवासी; इसलिए, नकली, नकली, झूठा या मिलावटी नहीं; विश्वसनीय; असली; प्राकृतिक; सच; शुद्ध।
Examples of word genuine
This is why we prefer the term genuine to authentic--it allows for many interpretations while still remaining true to tradition.
A few posts ago I asked what I called a genuine question about Islam's view on heroin, given the fact that the poppy is a staple crop in Afghanistan.
Weber himself not only a great writer, but he's just a great guy, in fact his whole family are what I call genuine people.
The Dalai Lama has said since 1979 that he has stepped back from the demand of independence and that he wants for the Tibetan people what they call genuine autonomy.
He appealed to council officials not to simplify what he termed genuine and realistic demands of those in the township situation where socio-economic conditions were terrible.
"Well now that's what I call a genuine fact, the sort I was talking about," Mr. Flack replied.
Let me see: it's a long time since I have had what I call a genuine holiday; I'll send an excuse tomorrow to the office.
Peace with the rebels, most of whom demand autonomy under what they call a "genuine federal system", has been set by the United States and the European Union as a condition for lifting sanctions on the former Burma, an underdeveloped but resource-rich country that has wilted under international isolation and inept army rule.