noun, plural in·sin·cer·i·ties for 2.
Origin of insincerity
Examples from the Web for insincerity
Contemporary Examples of insincerity
“Kids that age are incapable of insincerity,” del Cecato said.Dante de Blasio’s Killer Ad May Have Won NYC Primary for His Dad
September 14, 2013
One could make equal claims to the insincerity of just about any Israeli leader based on their words and deeds.
And, of course, this propensity for insincerity is uniquely attributed to the Palestinians; it is not applicable to Israelis.
Even the more polished, informed, self-possessed Romney seems cursed with an Eddie Haskell air of insincerity and deceitfulness.Obama’s Risky Belittling Tactic
July 1, 2011
The overwhelming majority reproached him for insincerity and hypocrisy.Teachers Furious at Duncan
May 10, 2011
Historical Examples of insincerity
Better hell with an honest heart, than heaven with cowardice and insincerity.Bunyan
James Anthony Froude
And yet, even as I said it, I was conscious of a peculiar feeling of insincerity.Kent Knowles: Quahaug
Joseph C. Lincoln
To what purpose was her diplomacy, her insincerity, her continued repression of vigour?Where Angels Fear to Tread
E. M. Forster
Ah, but you see, madame, it is an insincerity that does not mislead.Scaramouche
It throws a shadow of insincerity over their most deeply felt emotions.The Moon and Sixpence
W. Somerset Maugham