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Yet the retribution falls also upon the Church, in that it becomes artificial, clerical, pharisaical.
Who says that early risers always have a Pharisaical sense of their own superiority?
RECORDS OF LATER LIFEFRANCES ANN KEMBLE
Cowper called it 'that repository of self-righteousness and pharisaical lumber.'
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
Its monks, however, point with some pharisaical satisfaction at certain neighboring establishments.
LIFE ON A MEDIAEVAL BARONYWILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
"Because she told me all that passed," said Oak, with a pharisaical sense that he was not as other shearers in this matter.
"Obvious from your pharisaical expression, perhaps," he said good-naturedly.
The word Pharisaical has now come into common English use, and means hypocritical.
JOURNEYS THROUGH BOOKLAND, VOL. 10CHARLES HERBERT SYLVESTER
Many who have put off pharisaical clothing are worse in other matters than they were before.
Onkelos carried the Pharisaical intolerance to the last degree.
What right have you to set yourself up to judge other people in that pharisaical manner?

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