[ adverb ] with sincerity; without pretense


unfeignedly truly


"she praised him sincerely for his victory" "was unfeignedly glad to see his old teacher" "we are truly sorry for the inconvenience"

Used in print

(Chicago Daily Tribune...)

His addle-brained knight-errant , self appointed to the ridiculous position in an age when armor had already been relegated to museums and the chivalrous code of knight-errantry had become a joke , is , as Cervantes no_doubt intended , a gaunt but gracious symbol of good , moving soberly and sincerely in a world of cynics , hypocrites and rogues .

(Tristram P. Coffin, "Folklore in the American Twentieth...)

Or does he sincerely want to tap the real springs of American attitude and culture regardless of how unpopular and embarrassing they may be ?

(Edward P. Lawton, "Northern Liberals and Southern...)

And if he is so scornful of the rights of states , why not advocate a different sort of constitution that he could more sincerely support ?

Most_of them sincerely believe that the Anglo-Saxon is the best race in the world and that it should remain pure .

[ adverb ] written formula for ending a letter