inauthentically, adv.inauthenticity /in'aw then tis"i tee, -theuhn-/, n.
/in'aw then"tik/, adj.
not authentic: inauthentic Indian jewelry mass-produced in a factory.
[1855-60; IN-3 + AUTHENTIC]

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