Examples of insincere in a Sentence
He said he was sorry, but I could tell that he was being insincere.
the insincere compliments of a spiteful gossip
Recent Examples of insincere from the Web
By the 1970s, tap seemed passé and out of place in musicals, unless someone like Bob Fosse used it as a symbol of razzle-dazzle, insincere and corrupt.
For nine seasons, Seinfeld helped set the dominant comic tone of the decade: an adolescent version of ironic distance, detached, insincere and emotion-free.
The fact is, such activities strike many of us as insincere and manipulative, even slightly unethical.
Blankenship’s charge that Morrisey was insincere and opportunistic did plenty of damage to the candidate who was once presumed to have captured the Trumpian insurgent vote in a state where Trumpian insurgents are many.
There’s Trump’s habit of opening conversations with fulsome (and seemingly insincere) praise, his habit of saying everything is the greatest or the best.
Life is too short to hang out with people who dole out insincere heart blessings.
Employees will sniff out insincere invitations to contribute ideas, and withhold their imaginative powers.
Instead, his apology seemed cold, insincere and scripted.
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INSINCERE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of insincere for English Language Learners
: not expressing or showing true feelings : not sincere
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