Insincerity



[in-sin-ser-i-tee] /ˌɪn sɪnˈsɛr ɪ ti/

noun, plural insincerities for 2.
1.
the quality of being ; lack of ; hypocrisy; deceitfulness.
2.
an instance of being :
He recalled their many past insincerities.
n.

1540s, from Latin insincerus (see insincere) + -ity.

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