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Definition of "insincerely" [in•sin•cere•ly]

  • In an insincere manner. (adverb)

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Use "insincerely" in a sentence
  • "Consequently, to whatever sin a man wishes to cleave, if he approach Baptism, he approaches insincerely, which is the same as to approach without devotion."
  • "The faces of these insincerely weeping Madonnas are cut from contemporary supermodels."
  • "The real points of differentiation between Labour and the government on the economy are now very hard to identify, the more so since Cameron and Clegg are cutely, if insincerely, positioning themselves as proactive on tax avoidance and executive pay."