Definition of disingenuousness in English:



See disingenuous

  • ‘This sort of talk immediately opens itself up to the accusation of disingenuousness and hypocrisy.’
  • ‘The play's title is too literal a description of its subject matter, and that lack of theatrical imagination shows up in the general emotional disingenuousness of the piece.’
  • ‘In that sense, the administration's appeals to free expression and dialogue were the purest disingenuousness.’
  • ‘Perhaps both are illustrations of strategic disingenuousness - not by the authors, but by their subjects.’
  • ‘All of this has prompted mild accusations of disingenuousness.’