insincere

[ in-sin-seer ]SEE DEFINITION OF insincere

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSINCERE

This feeling was intensified by the belief that Swift, as a clergyman, was insincere.

An insincere profession will be distinguished by partiality in its observances.

Was it not, perhaps, wise to have been insincere in such a matter?

He is a foreigner, with the soft, insincere ways that I cannot like nor trust.

That the worshipper should be insincere in his worship was too dreadful to think of.

The tear was real, and in all that he said there was not an insincere word.

He is not insincere because he has not educated them all in a minute.

Now, with an effort, he shrugged his shoulders and burst into insincere laughter.

Can you think of him as insincere, as faithless, as selfish, as greedy for power?

Jefferson shows that he was either ill-informed or insincere.

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