insincerity / ˌɪn sɪnˈsɛr ɪ ti /


insincerity 的定义

n. 名词 noun

plural in·sin·cer·i·ties for 2.

  1. the quality of being insincere; lack of sincerity; hypocrisy; deceitfulness.
  2. an instance of being insincere: He recalled their many past insincerities.

insincerity 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. “Kids that age are incapable of insincerity,” del Cecato said.
  2. One could make equal claims to the insincerity of just about any Israeli leader based on their words and deeds.
  3. And, of course, this propensity for insincerity is uniquely attributed to the Palestinians; it is not applicable to Israelis.
  4. Even the more polished, informed, self-possessed Romney seems cursed with an Eddie Haskell air of insincerity and deceitfulness.
  5. The overwhelming majority reproached him for insincerity and hypocrisy.
  6. Hence he gives the impression of insincerity, of trifling with grave subjects and of using mysticism as a mask for frivolity.
  7. And one has to be very much on his best behaviour with children because they detect our insincerity.
  8. How often in our day has Perugino been accused of insincerity, yet it was not so long ago when he lived.
  9. There was an air of insincerity about the man which at once put them on their guard.
  10. Then I was more than ever convinced of the fellow's insincerity.