[ UK /ʌnfˈe‍ɪnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not pretended; sincerely felt or expressed
    her interest in people was unfeigned
    true grief
    genuine emotion
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How To Use unfeigned In A Sentence

  • As she leans with sinuous insouciance against Billy's flank, her unfeigned ease fills the image with sexual heat.
  • And he halted, in unfeigned respect for the burly and impressive figure, garbed in blue and brass, helmeted and truncheoned, bull's-eye shining on breast like the The Black Bag
  • He spoke musingly, his anger supplanted for the moment by unfeigned pleasure.
  • She has a long speech at the end of the movie, which could have gone very wrong, but she simply delivers it with unfeigned naive honesty.
  • Though she had felt unfeigned at the time, the word had dug itself into her subconscious and remained there until it could reveal itself when she was alone.
  • Evelyn's grief at his son's death was massive and unfeigned, and was perhaps that of a man whose love was most alive when it had lost its object.
  • He did not truly suspect Chester or Pembroke, but he was relieved, none the less, to see that their surprise was unfeigned. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • Here, some sparse wall decorations - a row of fezzes, an evil eye, a painted plate - and the unfeigned warmth of the waitress signal that you have stumbled upon a Turkish zone.
  • To his unfeigned astonishment the questions were answered promptly, simply, and decisively, and when the interview was ended my companion naively expressed his wonderment.
  • His interactions with Bujold, and with his character's daughters (one of which, as noted earlier, is indeed his own), resonate with unfeigned affection.
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