McCain called Cruz a “wacko bird” and later took it back, about as insincerely as possible.
"Fortunately it doesn't matter, as Julian is late too," said Mrs. Maldon insincerely, for it was mattering very much.
“But after night it is so very dark on the trail to camp,” he insincerely objected.
Still less, that she would be made happy by his insincerely pretending to be of the same religion.
"You—you'll have to have patience," Henley remarked, insincerely.
"Well, but she couldn't know all about me," said George insincerely.
There are those who, sincerely or insincerely, still cling to State action as a theoretical hope.
Those, who had insincerely supported the measure, became the dupes of their own insincerity.
Sandford and Merton is most insincerely recommended by many folk to children to-day.
She begged permission, either sincerely or insincerely, to retire to the convent of Port Royal.