sincere

sincere
I adjective aboveboard, bona fide, candid, deceitless, direct, earnest, faithful, fervent, forthright, frank, genuine, guileless, honest, open, pure, real, reliable, scrupulous, serious, straight, straightforward, true, trustworthy, truthful, undeceitful, veracious, wholehearted II index candid, direct (forthright), earnest, faithful (loyal), fervent, genuine, honest, ingenuous, pure, reliable, scrupulous, serious (devoted), simple, straightforward, true (loyal), veridical

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  • sincère — [ sɛ̃sɛr ] adj. • 1475; lat. sincerus « pur, naturel » 1 ♦ Qui est disposé à reconnaître la vérité et à faire connaître ce qu il pense et sent réellement, sans consentir à se tromper soi même ni à tromper les autres. ⇒ 2. franc, loyal, littér.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Sincere — Sin*cere , a. [Compar. {Sincerer}; superl. {Sincerest}.] [L. sincerus, of uncertain origin; the first part perhaps akin to sin in singuli (see {Single}), and the second to cernere to separate (cf. {Discern}): cf. F. sinc[ e]re.] 1. Pure; unmixed; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sincere — SINCERE. adj. de t. g. Veritable, franc, qui est sans artifice, sans deguisement. C est un homme sincere dans ses discours, dans ses actions. vous n estes pas sincere. un procedé sincere. un discours sincere. un recit, une relation, un aveu… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • sincere — [sin sir′] adj. sincerer, sincerest [MFr sincére < L sincerus, clean, pure, sincere] 1. without deceit, pretense, or hypocrisy; truthful; straightforward; honest [sincere in his desire to help] 2. being the same in actual character as in… …   English World dictionary

  • sincere — sincere, wholehearted, whole souled, heartfelt, hearty, unfeigned can mean genuine in feeling or expression or showing such genuineness. Sincere stresses the absence of hypocrisy, dissimulation, or falsification in any degree; it therefore… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • sincere — 1530s, from M.Fr. sincere, from L. sincerus (see SINCERITY (Cf. sincerity)). There is no etymological justification for the common story that the word means without wax (*sin cerae), and the stories invented to explain that folk etymology are… …   Etymology dictionary

  • sincere — фр. [сэнсэ/р] sincero ит. [синчэ/ро] искренне, неподдельно …   Словарь иностранных музыкальных терминов

  • sincere — [adj] straightforward, honest aboveboard, actual, artless, bona fide, candid, dead level*, dear, devout, earnest, faithful, forthright, frank, genuine, guileless, heartfelt, honest to God*, like it is*, meant, natural, no fooling*, no nonsense*,… …   New thesaurus

  • sincere — Sincere, Sincerité, voyez Syncere …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • sincere — ► ADJECTIVE (sincerer, sincerest) ▪ proceeding from or characterized by genuine feelings; free from deceit. DERIVATIVES sincerely adverb sincerity noun. ORIGIN Latin sincerus clean, pure …   English terms dictionary

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