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[ US /ˌənɔˈθɛntɪk/ ]
[ UK /ʌnɔːθˈɛntɪk/ ]
  1. false or fake; not what it appears to be
    a spurious work of art
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How To Use unauthentic In A Sentence

  • The Greek food bloggers have been so wonderful and welcoming to me despite my unauthentic interpretation of Pastitsio! Recipe for Sea Urchin Risotto (Ριζότο με Αχινό)
  • Henry proposes that, far from being commodified, unauthentic representations, such tourist performances ‘open up’ for Aboriginal people a means for exploring different possibilities of being.
  • The ITU however - the foremost communications organisation in the world - remains unauthenticated and as such is on lock.
  • A wise editor recently suggested to me that Americans sense that ‘organized’ religion is unauthentic.
  • So they were unauthentic and resisted in passive ways.
  • To study Wang Zuoliang's translation version of Thunderstorm with the guidance of Relevance-Adaptation Model, it is easy to find out some authentic and unauthentic translation examples.
  • But if the partner is remote, then CICS does not directly trust the partner to assert unauthenticated user IDs unless it identifies itself with a trusted digital certificate.
  • It may be that a better word than "unauthentic" would be "disingenuous". Authentic Learning Environments « open thinking
  • Did they think that a movie about Russia would be somehow unauthentic if the characters sounded like, you know, Russians?
  • DeMille-the-Christian-artist was not being overly zealous, perverse or unauthentic here.
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