(superl.) Being in reality what it appears to be; having a character which corresponds with the appearance; not falsely assumed; genuine; true; real; as, a sincere desire for knowledge; a sincere contempt for meanness.
(superl.) Honest; free from hypocrisy or dissimulation; as, a sincere friend; a sincere person.
(1) This can be achieved by sincere, periodic information through the mass media.
(2) Greece sincerely had no intention of clashing with its partners, Varoufakis insisted, but the logic of austerity was such that policies conducted in its embrace could only fail.
(3) And as for this job, well, not that I have a choice but … fuck it, I quit.” A stunned colleague then told viewers: “All right we apologise for that … we’ll, we’ll be right back.” The station later apologised to viewers on Twitter: KTVA 11 News (@ktva) Viewers, we sincerely apologize for the inappropriate language used by a KTVA reporter on the air tonight.
(4) If you're sincere and smart and genuine and lovable that's what's going to come across in your videos and tweets."
(5) It is indispensable to establish a close cooperation between the public health authorities and the private physician, and we therefore wish to sincerely thank all colleagues and Public Health Officers for their collaboration.
(6) Hinton wrote that the answers he gave in 2007 were "sincere" and "comprehensive" and that he declined to appear.
(7) I'm privileged to be working for such a unique organisation and sincerely hope the Future Jobs Fund initiative continues to provide opportunities for people in my position," he said.
(8) Individual physicians offering HBO and organized groups, such as the Undersea Medical Society, advocating its use may well be highly motivated, well meaning, and sincerely convinced that HBO is an important therapeutic approach.
(9) I would like to place on record our sincere thanks to Owen, Sandy Stewart [Coyle's assistant] and Steve Davis [coach] for all their hard work during their time at Bolton Wanderers."
(10) Although China has so far refused to enable dialogue between our leaders, I sincerely hope that it will come forward, rather than keep invoking the ghost of militarism of seven decades ago, which no longer exists."
(11) House Bill 1523 gives legal protections to government employees, doctors and other Mississippians who refuse service to same-sex couples or transgender people based on “sincerely held religious beliefs”.
(12) Expressing the belief that it was important for Christians to engage in "a sincere and rigorous dialogue" with atheists, Francis recalled Scalfari had asked him whether God forgave those "who do not believe and do not seek to believe".
(13) David Bennett, A&L's group chief executive, said: "I apologise sincerely for our shortcomings.
(14) But I am far more sceptical than I ever was before about Pakistan’s sincerity.
(15) "We sincerely hope that the government heeds these calls when introducing its draft bill," she said.
(16) I sincerely wish the new government well,” he said, eyes firmly fixed ahead.
(17) She is not an activist, but someone with a sincere moral core and great integrity.
(18) We regret this situation has resulted in litigation, however it is our sincere hope that the matter can be resolved amicably.
(19) There’s a plausible view , however, that these extreme positions are not so much sincere commitments as zany weather balloons, floated to see how well they play with the public, as well as to bamboozle his Republican opponents.
(20) If it's in our firm national interest that we should remain in the EU – and I sincerely hope that is the case – then we should stay.