Hypocrisy synonyms

hĭ-pŏk'rĭ-sē

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The attitude, state of mind, or behavior characteristic of a bigot; intolerance.
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The property of being sanctimonious.
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The claims or methods of a quack
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The definition of a display is an exhibition or a show of something.
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A mannerism or habit that is assumed rather than natural, especially to impress others.
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(Law) Intent to deceive or mislead another to gain some advantage; dishonesty or fraud in a transaction (such as knowingly misrepresenting the quality of something that is being bought or sold).
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Seeming to be good, sound, correct, logical, etc. without really being so; plausible but not genuine
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A show or expression of feelings or beliefs one does not actually hold or possess
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A position held conventionally or hypocritically.
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A false reason or plea; pretext
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The state or quality of being hollow
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Insincere expression of respect, loyalty, support, etc.
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Something that deceives, as an illusion, or is meant to deceive, as a fraud
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Slyly deceptive or misleading, typically by means of a pretense of ignorance or unawareness
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Being a hypocrite:
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An instance of deliberate deceptiveness; double-dealing.
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An exaggerated display of piety.
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Excessive or affected piety.
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The characteristic or quality of being forthright
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Hypocritical observance of the letter of religious or moral law without regard for the spirit; sanctimoniousness.
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Affected or exaggerated piety.
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The definition of pecksniffian is being hypocritical about moral principles.
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(Law) The tort or fraudulent representation of a material fact made with knowledge of its falsity, or recklessly, or without reasonable grounds for believing its truth and with intent to induce reliance on it; the plaintiff justifiably relies on the deception, to his injury.
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A person who is not what he or she pretends to be; fraud; impostor
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The definition of fraud is something said or done in a dishonest way to trick people.
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(Literature) An approach to interpretation and/or evaluation focused on the (usually linguistic) structure of a literary work rather than on the contexts of its origin or reception.
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Righteousness accompanied by an unwarranted attitude of moral or social superiority; smug or hypocritical righteousness.
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A sudden thrust, push, kick, or other impulse, producing a bias or change of direction; also, the bias or turn so give.
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(Slang) senseless talk; nonsense; a piece of nonsense (countable)
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(Nautical) A built-in bed on board ship, often erected in tiers one above the other.
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(Obsolete) Manly courage; valor.
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(Countable, ecclesiastical) A prayer (often found in the plural)
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The quality of being dishonest; dishonest behavior; deceiving, stealing, etc.
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Marked by an unwarranted claim to importance or distinction.
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The quality of being insincere
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The condition or quality of being phony or fake.
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The definition of honesty is the quality of being truthful.
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The quality or state of being sincere; honesty of mind or intention; freedom from simulation, hypocrisy, disguise, or false pretense.
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That which is real, in a deeper sense; spiritual or "˜genuine' reality.
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The act or conduct of one who is righteous.
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A show or expression of feelings or beliefs one does not actually hold or possess
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The process of answering practical questions via interpretation of rules or cases that illustrate such rules, especially in ethics.
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(Uncountable) The state of being a charlatan
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Hiding one's feelings or purposes.
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Something meant to deceive or mistakenly accepted as true:
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Not sincere; not genuine:
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Of or pertaining to the Pharisees. [from 16th c.]
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Pertaining to pietism, especially that associated with Luther and his followers; excessively pious.
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Excessively religious, especially in a conspicuous or sentimental manner.
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Characterized by sanctimony:
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