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We have certainly no right to regard these celebrations—of either kind—as insincere.

There are men who are insincere in heart, and that insincerity is radiated by their presence.

The Majesty of CalmnessWilliam George Jordan

Clayton had unusual ability and experience, but was crafty and insincere.

Hilda felt her features stiffening into a sort of wilful and insincere hostility as she shook hands.

Hilda LesswaysArnold Bennett

The best American verse, while not insincere, is seldom wholly spontaneous.

In the treaty he made no progress, but was put off from time to time, with pretences as frivolous as they were insincere.

As a rule, to be candid, we never could detect much beauty in babies—have always held the usual gush about them to be insincere.

Idle Ideas in 1905Jerome K. Jerome

He was afraid to say too much, and to discuss trivial matters seemed to him insincere.

Making MoneyOwen Johnson

He too had suspected that his quondam friend had been insincere, and that everything was not as it should be.

For in art no attitude is insincere whose result is beautiful, and no attitude is possible whose result may not be beautiful.

Oscar WildeArthur Ransome

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