Definition of sincerity
: the quality or state of being sincere : honesty of mind : freedom from hypocrisy
Recent Examples of sincerity from the Web
America’s rush to cut a deal with Russia in the south, the first of the zones to be formally demarcated, is partly a test of Moscow’s sincerity.
Pine & Crane Silver Lake, $ An alum of Chez Panisse, Vivian Ku—together with her partner, Moonlynn Tsai—has infused the Taiwanese counter-service venture with smart sincerity.
Satire and sincerity The Mirando meme machine also comes with its own science celebrity spokesmodel, Johnny Wilcox (an almost unrecognizable, sublimely douchey Jake Gyllenhaal).
Veeck saw the sincerity and courage in Black's admission.
Francesca's husband Bud is played with grit and sincerity by Bart Shatto, and as their children, Tanner Hake as Michael and Brooke MacDougal as Carolyn, show family chemistry.
Even as the two sides were publicly professing a desire to compromise, a lack of trust had each privately questioning the others' sincerity in seeking a deal.
Actively embracing sincerity, empathy and ethical thinking — that, and only that, is what makes any of us great.
Questions arose about everything from the garden attracting rodents to the sincerity of the nonprofit's volunteers.
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