hypocritical

[ hip-uh-krit-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF hypocritical
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"Don't be hypocritical, Judge," said the General reprovingly.

Sympathy in him there was none, and he could not make a hypocritical show of any.

She shall not come between me and happiness with her soft and hypocritical ways!

He grew cunning and hypocritical, and could do nothing that was not false in reality or appearance.

"I am your guest, sir," said he, with a most hypocritical air of deference and courtesy.

On one was a satire on the hypocritical rapacity of perfidious Albion.

She was neither so young nor so hypocritical as to pretend that these things were to be despised.

It was another manifestation of hypocritical sanctimoniousness.

Above all, I am one who hates all falsehood, all hypocritical show.

Do we belong to Him, or are we false, hypocritical children of the Evil One?

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