- Very highly authentic.
2004, John Karaagac, The fate of the father: the Bush policy paradox, page 23:
- To overcome that lingering legacy, the younger Bush was all but compelled to become almost hyperauthentic in his Texan identity, and it was a role he took to with much gusto.
2008 June 8, Hari Kunzru, “Outside Ethnicity”, in New York Times:
- Isn’t this hyperauthentic narrative of Vietnamese victimhood just the sort of thing calculated to tug at the heartstrings and wallets of liberal American readers?