insincerity

[ in-sin-ser-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF insincerity

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Better hell with an honest heart, than heaven with cowardice and insincerity.

And yet, even as I said it, I was conscious of a peculiar feeling of insincerity.

To what purpose was her diplomacy, her insincerity, her continued repression of vigour?

Ah, but you see, madame, it is an insincerity that does not mislead.

It throws a shadow of insincerity over their most deeply felt emotions.

It is this basis of insincerity which reveals itself throughout the superstructure.

How does the voice indicate the insincerity of thought in these lines?

There was an air of insincerity about the man which at once put them on their guard.

No insincerity or hypocrisy can fairly be laid to their charge.

He felt the insincerity of his father's laugh, and rebelled against the unfairness of it.

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