- (of a church mode) having a range extending from the final to the octave above.Compare plagal.
- (of a cadence) consisting of a dominant harmony followed by a tonic.
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The cursing is the latest addition to Bryant’s paint-by-numbers approach to sounding hardened, and it’s as authentic as $5 mink.Kobe Bryant Punched A Teammate Over $100, And It Wasn’t Shaq|Jeff Pearlman|September 25, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
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“It’s the deeply connected authentic brands with scale that will win,” he said.
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But it is only their connection with the West Saxon house that is unauthentic.Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
In all of them there was unauthentic matter, accepted as if its pseudo-authorship or pseudo-source were genuine.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
There are numerous portraits of St Louis, but they are unauthentic and contradictory.
"I have seen a lot of unauthentic relics," she said with a touch of obstinacy.The Gambler|Katherine Cecil Thurston
Did Douglas misinterpret these articles, or did he chance upon an unauthentic version of them?Stephen A. Douglas|Allen Johnson
British Dictionary definitions for authentic
- using period instruments and historically researched scores and playing techniques in an attempt to perform a piece as it would have been played at the time it was written
- (in combination)an authentic-instrument performance
- (of a mode as used in Gregorian chant) commencing on the final and ending an octave higher
- (of a cadence) progressing from a dominant to a tonic chord