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  • adv. In an unfeigned manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an unfeigned manner; without hypocrisy; really; sincerely.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. with sincerity; without pretense

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Examples

  • In the lower bunk lay Louis, grossly fat and warm and sweaty, asleep unfeignedly and sleeping laboriously.

    Chapter 14

  • Diagnosing a problem in Devon from India has its limitations and though the operators have been unfeignedly polite and helpful it was the man up the pole a mile down the lane who eventually sorted things out.

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  • For this intervention we must be unfeignedly thankful.

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  • The Queen, rising up, oblig'd Exilia to take her Leave, which she did, with her Eyes swell'd with Tears, and her Heart over − charg'd with Grief, for being separated from the Queen, whom she lov'd most unfeignedly.

    Exilius

  • “Well, Sir,” said Cecilia, who had little spirit to defend herself, “I will not vindicate the expression, but of this I will unfeignedly assure you, I am at least as glad to see you just now, as I should be to see anybody.”

    Cecilia

  • Mrs. Arlbery, unfeignedly sorry to have caused her any pain, would not oppose her inclination; she repeated her apologies, dragged from her an assurance of forgiveness, and went down stairs alone to a summons from

    Camilla

  • Ariadne so sweetly and so unfeignedly kissing each other, so really embracing, they swore they loved indeed, and were so inflamed with the object, that they began to rouse up themselves, as if they would have flown.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Whosoever therefore unfeignedly desireth to fulfil the commandments of God, or repenteth him truly of his transgressions, or that loveth God with all his heart, and his neighbour as himself, hath all the obedience necessary to his reception into the kingdom of God: for if God should require perfect innocence, there could no flesh be saved.

    Leviathan

  • Nicholas bowed his acknowledgments, and was unfeignedly glad to see the cloth laid.

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • I do assure you, Jeronymo, that I unfeignedly join with you in your joy, that so deserving a man is not a loser by a disappointment, that we all know sat heavily upon him, at the time.

    Sir Charles Grandison

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