Related formsin·au·then·ti·cal·ly, adverbin·au·then·tic·i·ty [in-aw-then-tis-i-tee, -thuh n-] /ˌɪn ɔ θɛnˈtɪs ɪ ti, -θən-/, noun
Examples from the Web for inauthentic
The whole point of “going native” is that the familiar Western civilization is portrayed as inauthentic, ugly, broken, flawed.
And the president has to be himself too, not the sudden apparition of an inauthentic pol.
And, of course, such a quest was as sophisticated, as unprimitive—possibly as inauthentic—as anything could be.
To do so would be phony and inauthentic, something voters have come to loathe from politicians.
Others, such as the Idol Mansion, seemed forced and inauthentic.
The wit isn't dull, and the serious intention, hid in those mummy wrappings, is not inauthentic.The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II|Elizabeth Barrett Browning