unfaked


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unfaked

(ʌnˈfeɪkt)
adj
not faked; genuine
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Jed's first letter to Joe appears to Clarissa to be "such an unfaked narrative of emotion" (101, my emphasis) that she is convinced that it is Joe who is at fault.
La Rabia" is certain to sweep through fests, but could have trouble finding distribution in some territories due to unfaked deaths of various animals which, per opening credits, "lived and died as they naturally would.
Reassurance came in the form of guarded hope that the sacrifices of rescue workers and the demonstrations by public leaders of unfaked grief at the slaughter of innocent thousands could be read as evidence of the moral worth lying at the American core.