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au·then·tic·i·ty

 (ô′thĕn-tĭs′ĭ-tē)
n.
The quality or condition of being authentic, trustworthy, or genuine.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.authenticity - undisputed credibilityauthenticity - undisputed credibility    
believability, credibility, credibleness - the quality of being believable or trustworthy
real McCoy, real stuff, real thing - informal usage attributing authenticity

authenticity

noun
1. genuineness, purity, realness, veritableness Some factors have cast doubt on the statue's authentcity.

authenticity

noun
The quality of being authentic:
Translations
صِحَّـه، أصْلِيَّه، مَوثوقِيَّه
автентичност
pravost
ægthedautencitetautenticitet
hitelesség
áreiîanleiki; upprunaleiki
pravosť
gerçeklikgüvenilirlik

authenticity

[ˌɔːθenˈtɪsɪtɪ] N
1. (= genuineness) [of text, painting] → autenticidad f
2. (= realistic quality) [of decor, furniture] → realismo m

authenticity

[ˌɔːθɛnˈtɪsɪti] n [letter, document, photograph, tape, confession] → authenticité f

authenticity

nEchtheit f, → Authentizität f (geh); (of claim to title etc)Berechtigung f

authenticity

[ˌɔːθɛnˈtɪsɪtɪ] nautenticità

authentic

(oːˈθentik) adjective
true, real or genuine. an authentic signature.
ˌauthenˈticity (-sə-) noun
References in periodicals archive ?
The implausibility of an essential authenticity does not, however, reduce the concept's powerful cultural pull or quell desire to performatively resituate one's own authenticities in the place of the reputed original.
His impassive expression, incongruous with his fiesta apparel, warns the viewer against the prison house of the Brand and branded authenticities while simultaneously stating the unmistaken value of all authenticities, branded or else, as aspirational programs that individuals and nations alike can profitably embark on.
In plain and simple terms, authenticities are not always reconcilable; one cannot claim to be a secular liberal who also advocates for Shari'a as George Ishaq does, or an Islamist advocating for secular liberalism like Al-Ghanoushi.