The persistence of the infatuation lent it an aspect of genuineness.
A general air of surprise and genuine satisfaction fell upon every one as they saw the pianist enter.
"Out!" exclaimed her husband, with something like genuine consternation in his voice as he laid down the vinegar cruet and looked at her through his glasses.
When Edna was at last alone, she breathed a big, genuine sigh of relief.
He greatly valued his possessions, chiefly because they were his, and derived genuine pleasure from contemplating a painting, a statuette, a rare lace curtain—no matter what—after he had bought it and placed it among his household gods.
Alcee Arobin’s manner was so genuine that it often deceived even himself.
Edna did not care or think whether it were genuine or not.
But Victor’s astonishment was so genuine, and Mrs. Pontellier’s indifference so apparent, that the disturbing notion did not lodge long in her brain.
Mr. Merriman’s laugh at this sally was such a genuine outburst and so contagious that it started the dinner with an agreeable swing that never slackened.
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She has a genuine interest in each of her students.