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disingenuous
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  • Mr Elliot is evidently a disingenuous, artificial, worldly man, who has never had any better principle to guide him than selfishness.

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  • It is disingenuous to call it an "Education" bill as it did nothing to aid education.
  • Mr Elliot is evidently a disingenuous, artificial, worldly man, who has never had any better principle to guide him than selfishness.
    Jane Austen  --  Persuasion

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