The quality or condition of being sincere; genuineness, honesty, and freedom from duplicity.(noun)
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Use "sincerity" in a sentence
"But it is precisely because it is so rare and unexpected that his story catches our attention, almost provokes our amusement - in a fashion reminiscent of the cartoon of a young woman carrying a 'Make love not war' banner, stark naked, and with a bystander exclaiming, 'Now that's what I call sincerity!'"
""That's what we call sincerity, daughter," said Mrs. Bobbsey."
"To be fool enough to believe a ramping, stamping, thumping lie: that is what you call sincerity!"