bona fide

Definitions of "bona fide"
  1. Refers to a situation that involves sincerity and sanctity, being free of deceit or fraud
  2. Relates to something that is lawfully valid and in complete accordance with legal regulations
  3. Describes actions or attitudes marked by sincerity and genuine intention
  4. Relates to actions or entities that are authentic and undeniable in their existence
How to use "bona fide" in a sentence
  1. The company's bona fide efforts to rectify the situation were commended by all.
  2. As per the contract, the bona fide owner of the property takes possession tomorrow.
  3. The documents provided by the party were bona fide, thus satisfying the court's demand for evidence.

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