Definition of 'sincere'
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The public understand that cheats are as capable of sounding as sincere as the innocent. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This interest must be genuine and sincere. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We also recognised the swift and sincere apology by the presenter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She was a rounded person and sincere. The Sun (2013)And it promises that wishes made with a sincere heart can really come true. The Sun (2016)He was a genuine and sincere person. The Sun (2010)His policy was at times devious but also essentially sincere in that avoidance of war was his real aim. The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)The speech sounded modest and sincere. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Is it reliable friendship or deep, sincere love? The Sun (2014)He is a sincere person, an honest person. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The more he tries to sound sincere, the more insincere he sounds. The Sun (2012)He's actually a very sincere person. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, indifference is surely disregard in its deadliest strain. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A flirty text message disguises deep and sincere feelings. The Sun (2009)Nonetheless, there comes a point when we have to decide which values really do override sincere religious belief. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I would like to send my deepest and sincere condolences to his family at this very sad time. The Sun (2011)There is an underlying tone in your letter that's a little too dramatic to be really honest or sincere. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If your failure has impacted others, take this one step further by offering a sincere apology and asking for forgiveness. Christianity Today (2000)We wanted sincere, pure music. The Sun (2011)But you must sound sincere. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Sensible move really, as imitation isn't always the most sincere form of flattery. The Sun (2013)It looked sincere but, also, suspicious. Times, Sunday Times (2014)His voice is soft, soulful, sincere and holds genuine but deceptive emotion in its easy lilt. The Sun (2009)You recognise sincere people and genuine opportunities and won't be fooled by flattery, especially when money is involved. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'sincere'
British English: sincere /sɪnˈsɪə/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is sincere, you approve of them because they really mean the things they say.
He's sincere in his views.
- American English: sincere
- Arabic: مُخْلِص
- Brazilian Portuguese: sincero
- Chinese: 诚恳的
- Croatian: iskren
- Czech: upřímný
- Danish: oprigtig
- Dutch: oprecht
- European Spanish: sincero
- Finnish: vilpitön
- French: sincère
- German: aufrichtig
- Greek: ειλικρινής
- Italian: sincero
- Japanese: 心からの
- Korean: 진실한
- Norwegian: oppriktig
- Polish: szczery
- European Portuguese: sincero
- Romanian: sincer
- Russian: искренний
- Spanish: sincero
- Swedish: genuin
- Thai: จริงใจ
- Turkish: içten
- Ukrainian: щирий
- Vietnamese: chân thành
Definition of sincere from the Collins English Dictionary
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