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- adj. insincere
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not sincere or pure; insincere.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not genuine; adulterated. Mixed; alloyed, as a feeling. Insincere.
Here we have another kind of unsincere repentance, seconded with an undeserved reward.
This is not a damage that an apology can undo, not to mention with an unsincere apology.
From whence we may take an excellent infallible note of difference between a forced, unsincere, and a true, spiritual repentance; that the first humbles us chiefly for actual sins, and that because they are the most troublesome; the latter humbles us chiefly for the sin of our hearts and natures, and that because it is the most sinful.
And now, how does the death-bed penitent know, but the resolutions he makes there may be as weak and unsincere, as those that heretofore he made, and broke in the time of his health?
Don't be a weirdo, and don't use this for your unsincere posts!
I always found something unsincere about her explanations and her reactions to ...