insincere


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Synonyms for insincere

not genuine or sincere

not being what one purports to be

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Indeed, the probabilities are that the more insincere the man is, the more purely intellectual will the idea be, as in that case it will not be coloured by either his wants, his desires, or his prejudices.
The exercise of any kind of volition by a man whose consciousness is reduced to the sensation that he is being killed by "that sort of thing" cannot be anything but mere trifling with death, an insincere pose before himself.
I am always insincere, as always knowing there are other moods.
His apology, however, was met with more anger from many who felt that is came across as insincere (not helped by the fact he went on to 'like' tweets that said his original comments were "harmless banter").
The statement read, "Aspects of Harvey's denial are insincere.
It would be edifying if Israelis truly understood what is happening in American Jewish life and paid less attention to the instigators of insincere indignation, such as those who smeared Hotovely.
Isn't it better to have a passionate boss coming out with that to your face, than passionless players saying the same thing to you with their performance on the pitch, then issuing mealy-mouthed insincere apologies as they speed off in their PS100,000 cars?
We believe in meaningful political dialogue for an honorable solution to the Kashmir dispute, but India is responding with military might and is pursuing an unprincipled, unrealistic, insincere and obdurate policy on Kashmir, he added.
AS a self-confessed Birmingham City 'hater', it would be insincere of me to say that I was delighted to hear that Trevor Francis has been inducted into the Broad Street Walk of Stars.
It would make the rest of the world look so weak and so insincere about our protestations about his behaviour.
Pleading that masses desperately sought peace and harmony amid them, he also advised the government to get rid of American yoke , and while deeming America as quite insincere about Pakistan , held former President Musharraf as responsible for all the prevailing lawlessness.
When Trouble Comes a'Calling WHEN trouble comes a calling and your life is in despair That's when you find out who your friends are The ones who really care They offer a shoulder to cry on While your poor heart it aches They are there for you to rely on However long it takes No artificial 'gushing' No insincere sympathy Just love and understanding The way true friends should be.
Manning did not want people to think the statement was insincere.
South Korea's head delegate to the talks said North Korea has "not shown positions that could be taken as progress" in the talks, while the North blamed the South for being "dishonest and insincere.
Yet there was nothing insincere about his patriotic declaration of Britishness.