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  • adjective Alternative spelling of unfakable.

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Examples

  • As per usual I could easily skew my answers to what they wanted to hear (still haven't come across a psych test I couldn't fake - even the so called unfakeable ones that use follow up questions down the line to catch inconsistent answers).

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • That last exchange with the kids may have been a setup but it was unfakeable.

    Teddy Kennedy's Speech

  • But there's more than just novel ideas going on, here; Meador also knows the unfakeable secret of keeping even newcomers turning the pages: care about your characters so much it becomes infectious.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • But there's more than just novel ideas going on, here; Meador also knows the unfakeable secret of keeping even newcomers turning the pages: care about your characters so much it becomes infectious.

    An Interesting Email

  • Some of his inventions: canal lockgate, parachute, rocket-propelled whaling harpoon, perpetual-motion machine, gas meter, and unfakeable banknotes.

    American Connections

  • Some of his inventions: canal lockgate, parachute, rocket-propelled whaling harpoon, perpetual-motion machine, gas meter, and unfakeable banknotes.

    American Connections

  • Many countries 'new passports have chips that hold easily verified data such as retina scans, which are both unique and unfakeable - though the chips may be faked.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • He may have always been frisky and forward-facing but you trusted him because of his purist's skills and also because of that unfakeable passion.

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • An unfakeable display-or at least (very) difficult to fake.

    TierneyLab

  • By dar the best things in Slumdog Millionaire were the beautiful child actors, recruited from the Mumbai slums, who had an unfakeable joy and resilience, even as fate dealt them yet another cruel blow.

    Home | Mail Online

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