sincere

[ sin-seer ]SEE DEFINITION OF sincere

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SINCERE

The devotion to and concern for our institutions are deep and sincere.

He put the question with an eagerness that seemed all sincere.

A breath of sincere, touching admiration came from every side.

"Then I'm sure these illuminations of his for the peace are none of the most sincere," said O'Mooney.

The exclamation was sincere: at this moment she thought as she spoke.

He expressed a most earnest and sincere wish to make his wife happy.

My heart, as I have heretofore said, is a sincere sharer in all your distresses.

Of all that is noble and true in the Puritan character we are sincere admirers.

Though hypocritical, he was, as we have before said, a most sincere believer.

The girl greeted him with a note of sincere pleasure in her surprise.

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