Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

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

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  • adverb In an unfeigned manner.

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

  • adverb 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

  • For this intervention we must be unfeignedly thankful.

    Is this fish bigger than...

  • 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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  • 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.

    Hallelujah

  • For this intervention we must be unfeignedly thankful.

    Is this fish bigger than...

  • 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.

    Hallelujah

  • 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

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