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used in The Bourne Identity

6 uses
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real (as when a person is sincere or an object is not a replica or fake)
  • The smiles on the harried stewardesses' faces became genuine again; full service was resumed as embarrassed passengers glanced at one another.
    Chapter 4 (13% in)
  • I've checked off the words he used, and if that flag's accurate, I'd say he's genuine.
    Chapter 31 (34% in)
  • Then maybe he's not genuine.
    Chapter 31 (37% in)
  • At one point we seriously questioned whether he was genuine," said the embassy's First Secretary, rambling on as if to fill the abrupt silence from Washington.
    Chapter 31 (51% in)
  • Alexander Conklin would listen with all his concentration, trying to discern a genuine note, or even the outlines of a reasonable explanation, but he knew he would hear neither.
    Chapter 31 (98% in)
  • By naming it as the rendezvous-an unusual rendezvous-Treadstone's telling me he's genuine.
    Chapter 32 (19% in)

There are no more uses of "genuine" in The Bourne Identity.

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