disingenuousness

[ dis-in-jen-yoo-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF disingenuousness
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There is no perfidy with him, no deceit, no disingenuousness, no shade.

If so, there has been a foul piece of disingenuousness on the part of the writer.

Yet there can be no doubt that disingenuousness is to them a second nature.

But in this flattery there was no want of sincerity and no disingenuousness.

Disingenuousness and double dealing seemed to meet him at every turn.

The gross disingenuousness, the palpable quibble in this argument, need no exposure.

With a little ingenuity and disingenuousness one might make a douanier of them.

The disingenuousness of this proclamation is as remarkable as its hypocrisy.

It has been suggested that Mr. Balfours course at this time was open to the reproach of disingenuousness.

A brief summary of Mr. Buchanans conduct affords a most singular exhibition of mingled imbecility, timidity, and disingenuousness.

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