Definitions

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  • adj. Not faked.

Etymologies

un- +‎ faked (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Rudyard Kipling spent the second half of his life at Bateman's, his solid Jacobean home in the Weald which had been 'untouched and unfaked' by Victorian 'improvers'

    Weatherwatch

  • "Yes, I admit I'll enjoy some unfaked shirtsleeve outdoors, a sea, a salt wind."

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • Within the intelligentsia, a derisive and mildly hostile attitude towards Britain is more or less compulsory, but it is an unfaked emotion in many cases.

    Notes on Nationalism

  • It's the sleeping in the open, it's the rugged, unfaked food;

    Rhymes of a Rolling Stone

  • Says that she cant stand to have sex with me that it makes her sick yet can meet multiple unfaked orgasms.

    Recent Activity

  • Their knowledge is clearly real, their enthusiasm unfaked.

    IFC.com - Indie Eye

  • Thus in 1945 George Orwell wrote about the rampant Anglophobia among left-wing intellectuals in his country: "a derisive and mildly hostile attitude towards Britain is more or less compulsory, but it is an unfaked emotion in many cases".

    newmatilda.com - Comments

  • It would seem that the MPAA are rather touchy about sex and sexuality, but aren’t too fussed about relatively strong acts of violence whereas the BBFC consider that acts of violence and sex, even unfaked and explicit sex, are acceptable for movies certificated for adults, but not really appropriate for kids.

    Comparing the BBFC and the MPAA, and How Antichrist Illustrates The Differences | /Film

  • "Within the intelligentsia, a derisive and mildly hostile attitude towards Britain is more or less compulsory, but it is an unfaked emotion in many cases ....

    The Other McCain

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