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Definition of "insincere" []

  • Not sincere; hypocritical. (adjective)
  • Lacking sincerity; hypocritical (adjective)

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Use "insincere" in a sentence
  • "PARIS - The father and daughter behind France's main far-right party have taken aim at conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy for what they called his insincere tribute to Joan of Arc."
  • "The father and daughter behind France's main far-right party have taken aim at conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy for what they called his insincere tribute to Joan of Arc."
  • "PARIS Reuters - The French media scorned what it called an insincere and staged TV apology by Dominique Strauss-Kahn for his sexual encounter with a New York hotel maid, with many noting he left the door ajar for a eventual political comeback."