She proves that by authentically following a strong personal sense of style its hard to go too far wrong.
This is a fast-paced, engaging novel of pop-culture and big ideas, authentically subversive, and thoroughly American.
His was created, nurtured, and authentically managed by Noah himself.
[Laughs] authentically, Shonda Rhimes and the writers take Cyrus into a little bit of the seventh ring of hell over it.
At the time, I thought (with authentically teenage self-absorption) that I was alone.
The greatest length to which they are authentically known to attain is about twelve feet.
In him had been authentically born the mania for conformity.
I have not authentically heard whether the Prince of Wales was of the party.
Not a sentence that fell from his lips has been authentically recorded.
In short, I authentically feel indifferent to money; would not go this way or that to gain more money.'
mid-14c., "authoritative," from Old French autentique (13c., Modern French authentique) "authentic; canonical," and directly from Medieval Latin authenticus, from Greek authentikos "original, genuine, principal," from authentes "one acting on one's own authority," from autos "self" (see auto-) + hentes "doer, being," from PIE *sene- "to accomplish, achieve." Sense of "entitled to acceptance as factual" is first recorded mid-14c.
Traditionally (at least since the 18c.), authentic implies that the contents of the thing in question correspond to the facts and are not fictitious; genuine implies that the reputed author is the real one; though this distinction is not etymological and is not always now recognized.