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genuine
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The Fountainhead
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  • A red spot of light and a purple one rested respectively upon two genuine gargoyles squatting at the corners of a fireplace that had never been used.
  • He had time to note a genuine Roman statue in a corner, sepia photographs of the Parthenon, of Rheims Cathedral, of Versailles and of the Frink National Bank Building with the eternal torch.
  • She did not look disgusted; she looked genuinely puzzled.
  • Then the smile vanished, and Francon’s face looked earnest, peaceful, frankly aged, in one of his rare flashes of genuine dignity.
  • The gratitude was genuine—a payment for a lesson he would never need again.
  • The Prudential Bank Building, which is genuine Palladio.
  • For a moment, Roark had no strength to answer; but he saw that the question was genuine; Wynand didn’t know.
  • We’ll have an ornamented stringcourse," said Francon with calm, genuine authority.

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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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