Definition of sincerely in English:

sincerely

Line breaks: sin|cere¦ly
Pronunciation: /sɪnˈsɪəli
 
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adverb

In a sincere or genuine way: I sincerely hope that we shall have a change of government a sincerely held belief
More example sentences
  • He seemed a really genuine guy and sincerely appreciated that we had been following the tour.
  • I sincerely hope it is not used as a lifestyle choice for designing when you want to have children.
  • I know he has thought long and hard about this and I sincerely hope he enjoys his time in Dublin.
Synonyms
genuinely, honestly, really, with all sincerity, truly, truthfully, wholeheartedly, with all one's heart, from the bottom of one's heart, earnestly, fervently, seriously; without pretence, without feigning, in good faith

Phrases

yours sincerely

(US also sincerely yours)
A formula used to end a letter, typically a formal one in which the recipient is addressed by name: Yours sincerely, Harold Cohn
More example sentences
  • Have a nice day! Yours sincerely, The Innocence Panel.
  • Your haunting articles… unable to publish… disturbing and dramatic… general public should not be made aware… returning them with great regret… Very sincerely yours, The London Press.
  • Thank you for such a great article. Sincerely yours, Jmr

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