Definition of Insincerities
1. insincerity [n] - See also: insincerity
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Literary usage of Insincerities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."