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- adj. That cannot be faked.
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In front of the camera were two unfakable underdogs: rugged Kentuckian Ray Salyer as the railman, and Gorman Hendricks as his older, bewhiskered friend.
The genuineness was unfakable; the reality was illusory.
As for the Upper Middles and their betters, what about Tolkin’s formulation of “an unfakable right for their chaotic anxieties and complaints to take up space around them”?
Lacking that authentic, unfakable, belief-compelling insanity, stories like those in “The Imago Sequence” can’t achieve anything much better than nuttiness.
In attendance is a "fiesta" of rich Jews: the trim skeptical men and their two categories of wives, all of them brilliantly educated, some of them successful professionals themselves, others still drifting on the messy alibi supplied by their genuinely screwed-up relationship with their genuinely screwed-up mothers, but all of them, pediatric endocrinologists, failed Tibetan wool importers, soccer moms and private school committee volunteers, recognizing each other's clan by a signal from within an unfakable right for their chaotic anxieties and complaints to take up space around them.