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Origin of bona fide
usage note for bona fide
Example sentences from the Web for bona fide
Super Bowl Halftime Shows are no longer kitschy theme park spectacles, but bonafide entertainment events.
He was a bonafide stud, and gained the affections of an entire generation of Millennials.Actor Paul Walker, Star of ‘The Fast and the Furious’ Films, Dies In Car Crash|Marlow Stern|December 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Judging from the list, it seems like German chancellor Angela Merkel is a bonafide Adidas addict.
Seth Rogen, a soft-bellied, bong-loving schlub in Knocked Up, is now a bonafide superhero in the forthcoming The Green Hornet.
It was evidently a voodoo ceremony they were enacting, and I knew it could not be complete—if bonafide—without the snake.The Voodoo Gold Trail|Walter Walden
It is really too bad that they don't exist as objective, bonafide compilations of the elder and darker Lore!The Fantasy Fan November 1933|Charles D. Hornig
British Dictionary definitions for bona fide
adjective (ˈbəʊnə ˈfaɪdɪ)
noun (ˈbɔːnə fɑɪd)
Word Origin for bona fide
Cultural definitions for bona fide
Genuine: “The offer was a bona fide business opportunity: they really meant to carry it through.” From Latin, meaning “in good faith.”