1 Gerald knew that despite the genuine liking of the County men with whom he hunted, drank and talked politics there was hardly one whose daughter he could marry.
2 He loved Suellen, liked her sisters, respected Gerald and had a genuine fondness for the plantation.
3 There was a flash of genuine feeling in his eyes as he turned to her.
4 Mrs. Peniston's horror was genuine.
5 He met this with a look of genuine wonder.
6 The original one-room shack was now a living-room, with the phonograph, a genuine leather-upholstered golden-oak rocker, and a picture of Governor John Johnson.
7 But more I marvelled that the priests should swear that smoky jet of his was genuine.
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8 A general air of surprise and genuine satisfaction fell upon every one as they saw the pianist enter.
9 When Edna was at last alone, she breathed a big, genuine sigh of relief.
10 Alcee Arobin's manner was so genuine that it often deceived even himself.
11 Edna did not care or think whether it were genuine or not.
12 Mr. Merriman's laugh at this sally was such a genuine outburst and so contagious that it started the dinner with an agreeable swing that never slackened.
13 But Victor's astonishment was so genuine, and Mrs. Pontellier's indifference so apparent, that the disturbing notion did not lodge long in her brain.
14 If they paid higher prices, they might get frills and fanciness, or be cheated; but genuine quality they could not obtain for love nor money.
15 But, alas, it was again the case of the honest merchant, who finds that the genuine and unadulterated article is driven to the wall by the artistic counterfeit.