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It is full of deceit, sham, and pharisaism—an aggravated counterpart of the outside world.
That chief literary expression of Pharisaism, the Mishnah, was the outcome of the work begun at Jamnia.
They are a nation without faith, truth or conscience enveloped in a panoplied pharisaism and an incurable hypocrisy.
The tyranny of all over each is as different from freedom as is pharisaism from spiritual living.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
These expressions of unctuous pharisaism are coldly received by the French, who ask no favours but claim justice.
Here she stopped short in the full swing of pharisaism, smiled at herself in dismal self-mockery.
Away with the benighting Pharisaism that sets the precepts of men above the revealed word of God!
There is an odour of Pharisaism in the British fox-hunter's denunciation of the bull fight on the score of cruelty to animals.
THE STORY OF SEVILLEWALTER M. GALLICHAN
This case also emphasizes the danger flowing757 from Pharisaism, in its liability to persecute those who criticise it.
THE ARENAVARIOUS
Prayer is good: but when used as a substitute for obedience, it is naught but a blatant hypocrisy, a despicable Pharisaism.

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