Synonyms for Genuine:

adj.

artless (adjective)
plain, straightforward, overt, naive, frank, Unbeguiling, broad, sincere, open, undeceptive, Plain-spoken, unaffected, callow, trusting, direct, undisguised, Unartful, natural, unrestrained, undeceitful, artless, un-artificial, downright, blunt, ingenuous, uncalculating, candid, honest, outgoing, unsophisticated, undeceiving.
authentic, real (adjective)
kosher, literal, indubitable, honest, original, official, sterling, precise, palpable, good, factual, sound, proved, exact, natural, accurate, demonstrable, absolute, actual, pure, plain, positive, bona fide.
certain (adjective)
absolute.
earliest (adjective)
original.
original (adjective)
innovative, original, initial, ingenious, unique, creative, authentic, first, prototypical, novel.
positive (adjective)
positive.
precise (adjective)
accurate.
proper (adjective)
kosher.
real (adjective)
substantial, factual, sincere, solid, real, veritable, honest, concrete, actual, authentic, true, tangible.
reliable (adjective)
official.
simple (adjective)
artless.
true (adjective)
Simon-pure.
unaffected; honest (adjective)
candid, real, valid, true, heartfelt, unquestionable, artless, open, unfeigned, frank, sincere, unimpeachable, known.
veracious (adjective)
authentic, honest, correct, ingenuous, true, veracious, factual, undeceptive, accurate.

n.

irreproachable, upstanding, principled, undoubted, decent, fine, indubitable, truthful. hearty, heartfelt, unmannered. genuine (noun)
documented, bona fide, literal, good, echt, authenticated, true, honest-to-goodness, authentic, old, veritable, actual, attested, unfeigned, sure-enough, honest-to-god, unquestionable, real.

Other synonyms:

decent, physical, forthright, principled, pure, unmannered, irreproachable, upstanding, apparent. objective, indubitable, undoubted. fine. authentic
sterling.
cordial
hearty.
naturalistic
realistic.
sincere
heartfelt.

Usage examples for genuine

  1. 1. There must be a genuine care for our work. – The Expositor's Bible: Ephesians by G. G. Findlay
  2. Genuine grief showed on his face when Chanden Sing and I stepped into the train. – An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet by A. Henry Savage Landor
  3. But how know we that the Sign is genuine – The Sign of the Spider by Bertram Mitford