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genuine
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Great Expectations
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  • She laughed again, and even now when she had told me why, her laughter was very singular to me, for I could not doubt its being genuine, and yet it seemed too much for the occasion.
  • The real genuine One!
  • Now, as they went along, Herbert reflected, that I might, after all, have been brought there on some genuine and serviceable errand tending to Provis’s safety, and, bethinking himself that in that case interruption must be mischievous, left his guide and Startop on the edge of the quarry, and went on by himself, and stole round the house two or three times, endeavouring to ascertain whether all was right within.
  • "You’re right," said Wemmick; "it’s the genuine look.

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  • I am genuinely sorry for what I did.
  • She has a genuine interest in each of her students.

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