Definition of Insincerities

1. insincerity [n] - See also: insincerity



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insincerities

insignia
insignia of rank
insignias
insignificance
insignificances
insignificancy
insignificant
insignificantly
insignificative
insignitor
insignitors
insignment
insignments
insincere
insincerely
insincerities (current term)
insincerity
insinew
insinewed
insinews
insinuant
insinuate
insinuated
insinuates
insinuateth
insinuating
insinuatingly
insinuation
insinuations
insinuative

Literary usage of Insincerities

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1. Modern Philanthropy: A Study of Efficient Appealing and Giving by William Harvey Allen (1912)
"Ruses and insincerities Does It Pay? Some sailors on the bark John S: Bennet, one of whom had never seen a copy, received scriptures from our missionary ..."

2. The Canal Tolls and American Shipping by Lewis Nixon (1914)
"CHAPTER V insincerities THE writer has been criticised for saying that he has not read a single sincere argument in favor of the English contention. ..."

3. An Essay Toward Faith by Wilford Lash Robbins (1905)
"XIV HIDDEN insincerities SELF-KNOWLEDGE is the foundation stone of moral improvement. The path of wisdom has been pointed out by moral teachers in varying ..."

4. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1904)
"We will not assert that Cromwell was an immaculate man; that he fell into no faults, no insincerities among the rest. He was no dilettante professor of ..."

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