Definition of hollow-hearted in English:

hollow-hearted

adjective

archaic
  • Insincere; false.

    • ‘Silence is the condition of a people bereft of their culture, whose very language, drained of all its folklore, makes an empty, metallic sound, the sound of hollow-hearted laughter.’
    • ‘But the real change, the reason that 2007 should mark a turning point, is that the public mood is turning away from hollow-hearted consumerism, if only for environmental reasons.’
    fraudulent, corrupt, swindling, cheating, double-dealing
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Pronunciation

hollow-hearted

/ˌhälōˈhärdəd/