"How funny you are!" she said; and she quite genuinely did think him funny.
Moreover, he did genuinely believe that there were things to criticize.
Lenina was genuinely astonished.
(At the same time, he genuinely liked being a success and having all the girls he wanted.) Before those who now, for the sake of the Savage, paid their court to him, Bernard would parade a carping unorthodoxy.
"I beg your pardon," said the reporter, with genuine compunction.
Lenina was genuinely shocked.
When one has leant forward, nearer and nearer, with parted lips–only to find oneself, quite suddenly, as a clumsy oaf scrambles to his feet, leaning towards nothing at all–well, there is a reason, even with half a gramme of soma circulating in one’s blood-stream, a genuine reason for annoyance.
But in spite of this knowledge and these admissions, in spite of the fact that his friend’s support and sympathy were now his only comfort, Bernard continued perversely to nourish, along with his quite genuine affection, a secret grievance against the Savage, to mediate a campaign of small revenges to be wreaked upon him.
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I am genuinely sorry for what I did.
She has a genuine interest in each of her students.