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- n. The state or quality of being disingenuous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being disingenuous; want of candor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being disingenuous and lacking candor
That is what we call disingenuousness little buddy.
You must not think much of your argument if you think that this degree of disingenuousness is required to support it.
The apparent disingenuousness is most evident in the fund’s ardent opposition to gay marriage.
Oliver Stone, always the ne plus ultra of disingenuousness, is by Bugliosi’s reckoning guilty of a “cultural crime” committed through a thousand manipulations, among them the use of a smoke machine to generate a puff of rifle smoke from the Grassy Knoll that JFK presents as being visible to people in Dealey Plaza.
This kind of disingenuousness validates dangerous nonsense as legitimate opinion and sets the table for extremism.
And perhaps Britain's Mail on Sunday should look for "disingenuousness" within its own country's government -- before pointing fingers over here.
This answer should help with her "disingenuousness" problem.
If Dr. Knippenberg is going to accuse people of "disingenuousness," perhaps he should ponder the beam in his own eye.
In a letter to Obama he accused him of "self-interested partisan posturing," disingenuousness, "and noted, sarcastically," I concluded your professed concern for the institution in the public interest was genuine and admirable.
But what really worse me is the disingenuousness which is at a new standard.
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