Origin of insincere
Examples from the Web for insincerely
McCain called Cruz a “wacko bird” and later took it back, about as insincerely as possible.
"Fortunately it doesn't matter, as Julian is late too," said Mrs. Maldon insincerely, for it was mattering very much.The Price of Love|Arnold Bennett
"You—you'll have to have patience," Henley remarked, insincerely.Dixie Hart|Will N. Harben
She begged permission, either sincerely or insincerely, to retire to the convent of Port Royal.Louis XIV., Makers of History Series|John S. C. Abbott
There are those who, sincerely or insincerely, still cling to State action as a theoretical hope.State of the Union Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt|Franklin D. Roosevelt
But Pan Stanislav said this insincerely, for the thought that some other man might take her was tremendously bitter for him.Children of the Soil|Henryk Sienkiewicz