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sin·cere

 (sĭn-sîr′)
adj. sin·cer·er, sin·cer·est
1. Not feigned or affected; genuine: sincere indignation.
2. Being without hypocrisy or pretense; true: a sincere friend.
3. Archaic Pure; unadulterated.

[Latin sincērus; see ker- in Indo-European roots.]

sin·cere′ly adv.
sin·cere′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.sincerely - with sinceritysincerely - with sincerity; without pretense; "she praised him sincerely for his victory"; "was unfeignedly glad to see his old teacher"; "we are truly sorry for the inconvenience"
insincerely - without sincerity; "she congratulated him somewhat insincerely"
2.sincerely - written formula for ending a letter

sincerely

adverb honestly, really, truly, genuinely, seriously, earnestly, wholeheartedly, in good faith, in earnest, in all sincerity, from the bottom of your heart He sincerely believed that she was acting in his interest.
Translations
بِإِخْلَاصٍبصورةٍ صادِقَه
upřímně
oprigtigt
vilpittömästi
iskreno
í einlægniyîar
心から
진심으로
iskrenos spoštovanjem
uppriktigt
อย่างจริงใจ
içtenliklesamimiyetle
một cách chân thành

sincerely

[sɪnˈsɪəlɪ] ADV
1. (= genuinely) [hope, believe, regret, say] → sinceramente
his sincerely held religious beliefssus sinceras creencias religiosas
2. (in letters) Yours sincerely (Brit) Sincerely yours (US) → (le saluda) atentamente

sincerely

[sɪnˈsɪərli] adv
(= genuinely) → sincèrement
(in letters) Yours sincerely, ... (British) Sincerely yours, ... (US) Sincerely, ... (US)Veuillez agréer, Monsieur (or Madame) l'expression de mes sentiments distingués; (less formally)Cordialement ...

sincerely

advaufrichtig; intend alsoernsthaft; her sincerely held religious beliefsihre ehrlich or aufrichtig gemeinte religiöse Überzeugung; yours sincerely (Brit) → mit freundlichen Grüßen, hochachtungsvoll (form)

sincerely

[sɪnˈsɪəlɪ] advsinceramente
Yours sincerely (at end of letter) → Distinti saluti

sincere

(sinˈsiə) adjective
1. true; genuine. a sincere desire; sincere friends.
2. not trying to pretend or deceive. a sincere person.
sinˈcerely adverb
I sincerely hope that you will succeed.
sinˈcerity (-ˈse-) noun
the state of being sincere. The sincerity of his comments was obvious to all.

sincerely

بِإِخْلَاصٍ upřímně oprigtigt aufrichtig ειλικρινά sinceramente vilpittömästi sincèrement iskreno sinceramente 心から 진심으로 oprecht oppriktig szczerze sinceramente искренне uppriktigt อย่างจริงใจ içtenlikle một cách chân thành 诚恳地
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The Hare said to him, "I wish you would act sincerely by me, and show yourself in your true colors.
Ten thousand thanks to Henry for his kindness, his affection, and his many letters; we are sincerely grateful.
How sincerely do I grieve that she ever entered this house
In the condition to which you have reduced her, I sincerely think she ought to determine what reparation you shall make her.
Yet the valiant Jester, as soon as he found himself safe, hesitated more than once whether he should not turn back and share the captivity of a master to whom he was sincerely attached.
Thursday was to be the wedding day, and on Wednesday Miss Lucas paid her farewell visit; and when she rose to take leave, Elizabeth, ashamed of her mother's ungracious and reluctant good wishes, and sincerely affected herself, accompanied her out of the room.
But I do sincerely take a great, a very great interest in that young man; and if I am taken away, Utterson, I wish you to promise me that you will bear with him and get his rights for him.
The Commander stands for the virtues of wisdom, sincerely, benevolence, courage and strictness.
They have much the same quality of simple and sincerely moralized realism that I found afterwards in the work of the early Swiss realist, Jeremias Gotthelf, and very likely it was this that captivated my judgment.
He also took leave of his son and grandchildren, and died sincerely glad that he was relieving his son and daughter-in-law of the burden of having to feed him, and that he was now really passing from this life of which he was weary into that other life which every year and every hour grew clearer and more desirable to him.
Answer that, sincerely and honestly I will tell you who do: fools and worthless fellows.
But here was a man who sincerely did not mind what people thought of him, and so convention had no hold on him; he was like a wrestler whose body is oiled; you could not get a grip on him; it gave him a freedom which was an outrage.