Morris makes the staggering claim that he "knows" that "Arafat's pacifist asseverations were insincere."
“You are a great man,” Arafat said, turning on his insincere, oleaginous charm.
Hormel publicly dismissed it as insincere and politically motivated.
But he comes across as wooden, insincere (in a harmless rather than malevolent way), and totally emotionally unavailable.
All the overdone, exploitative, insincere, and decontextualized violence is now an autonomous statement about the world.
It must not be thought that Gertie was insincere: she was not; she was dramatic.
Eugene Grandon has an insincere nature, while hers is like crystal.
In fact, prayer is worse than useless if not sincere, and it is insincere if not carried out in the life of the "pray-er."
Nor is it certain that in this act Richard was wholly hypocritical and insincere.
Clayton had unusual ability and experience, but was crafty and insincere.