Theory C is that Obama just genuinely thinks chained CPI is good policy.
The biggest change from the Romney of 2008, or even of a few months ago, is that he genuinely seems to be enjoying himself.
But he's pretty and, unlike most of the show's recent hosts, seems to genuinely be having fun.
Both reek of false modesty, but Deen does appear jumpy and genuinely anxious at times.
No one outside the LDS church is genuinely excited about Romney.
Very young—but austere, dignified, and strange, genuinely and effortlessly strange.
Black Shand and Jack were genuinely discomposed at the sight of her tears.
But not all Poles were genuinely resolved to defend the city.
His mind was too genuinely occupied with spiritual problems.
She expressed true sympathy and regret at the untimely fate of Anthony, lamenting him much and genuinely.
1590s, "natural, not acquired," from Latin genuinus "native, natural," from root of gignere "beget" (see genus), perhaps influenced in form by contrasting adulterinus "spurious." [Alternative etymology is from Latin genu "knee," from a supposed ancient custom of a father acknowledging paternity of a newborn by placing it on his knee.] Meaning "really proceeding from its reputed source" is from 1660s. Related: Genuinely; genuineness.