sincerely, unfeignedly, trulyadverb
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"
sincerely, sincerely yoursadverb
written formula for ending a letter
In a sincere or earnest manner; honestly.
I sincerely hope they make it home safely.
Etymology: from sincerus.
A conventional formula for ending a letter, used when the salutation addresses the person for whom the letter is intended by his or her name.
Please consider it carefully and let me know what you decide.
Etymology: from sincerus.
in a sincere manner
purely; without alloy
honestly; unfeignedly; without dissimulation; as, to speak one's mind sincerely; to love virtue sincerely
"Sincerely" is a popular song written by Harvey Fuqua and Alan Freed and published in 1954. It was originally recorded by The Moonglows, who scored a #1 one single on the Billboard R&B Juke Box chart and #20 on the Billboard Top 100 charts. The best-selling version was a pop cover recorded by The McGuire Sisters, entering the charts in 1954 and reaching number one the next year. Many R&B collectors decry the cover version by the McGuire Sisters which kept the Moonglows off the Pop charts, but the Moonglows' version stole lyrics from a 1951 Dominoes tune, "That's What You're Doing To Me". The bridge in both songs is almost identical: "Lord, won't you tell me/ Why I love that woman so?/ She doesn't want me/ But I'll never let her go". In 1988 the country quartet Forester Sisters reached #8 on the Billboard Hot Country chart with their remake of the song.
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Rank popularity for the word 'sincerely' in Adverbs Frequency: #407
The numerical value of sincerely in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of sincerely in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
die in the Catholic Apostolic and Roman religion, that of my fathers, that in which I was brought up, and which I have always professed. Having no spiritual consolation to look for, not even knowing whether there are still in this place any priests of that religion (and indeed the place where I am would expose them to too much danger if they were to enter it but once), I sincerely implore pardon of God for all the faults which I may have committed during my life. I trust that, in His goodness, He will mercifully accept my last prayers, as well as those which I have for a long time addressed to Him, to receive my soul into His mercy.
Lust in love is short, it is replaced by the philosophical essence of love - it is to appreciate the soul of a person whom you have sincerely loved.
It was sincerely never my intention to discourage anyone's access to their elected officials. I now understand how my poor choice of words may have led a few attendees to draw this conclusion and I offer my humble apology for causing any undue strain on the command and its mission.
I would like to sincerely apologize to my colleagues in the Legislature, my staff and most importantly to the residents of the 58th Assembly District for instances where my use of language was less than professional.
Recently my son and I had an argument that he chose to record, i felt extremely disrespected in that conversation and I lost my temper and I said words that are not appropriate and I am sincerely sorry to all of you. I sincerely apologize.
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- sinceramentCatalan, Valencian
- vilpittömästi, todellaFinnish
- ईमानदारी सेHindi
- Vennlig hilsenNorwegian
- Z poważaniemPolish
- vänliga hälsningarSwedish
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