ungenuine

ungenuine

(ʌnˈdʒɛnjʊɪn)
adj
false
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The bill cited seven findings including "the undemocratic rule of Prime Minister Hun Sen, the enactment of the NGO law, restrictions on the media, the arrest of Kem Sokha and the dissolution of [the Cambodia National Rescue Party] CNRP, six unfair and unfree elections since 1991 and ungenuine 2018 elections".
"He can be just a tad lazy, hence the blinkers, but he's not ungenuine at all and is coming on with every run.
It's not that he's ungenuine, he just doesn't concentrate on what is in front of him the whole time.
"I put the blinkers on, not because I think he's ungenuine, but because he's laid-back at home and he worked really well in them a couple of weeks ago.
Although without a win for four years, this chestnut is not ungenuine. He has gone close on several occasions over the past year from far higher handicap marks.
It will be the responsibility of the Chief Engineer concerned to ensure that in no case tentwalas or any other ungenuine person books any site meant for wedding/ religious / commercial purposes.
AHZEEMAH (2.30) has hit the bar more times than Oliver Reed, but there's nothing ungenuine about this son of Dubawi.
He's finished second on six of his last seven starts but there have been reasons each time, he is not ungenuine and has improved as he has got older.
Mick Channon's runner has finished third on each of her four starts so far but she does not seem in any way ungenuine, she has just been found out by better rivals.
Although some judges have been quick to place him in the ''ungenuine'''' category, such a claim is unfair.
Although some judges have been quick to place him in the "ungenuine" category, such a claim is unfair.
Excellent Thought seems to be more unlucky than Ungenuine and as she gets maximum assistance from the saddle from champion jockey Ryan Moore, the daughter of Exceed And Excel will never have a better chance of shedding her maiden tag.