hypocrisy

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Synonyms for hypocrisy

a show or expression of feelings or beliefs one does not actually hold or possess

Synonyms for hypocrisy

an expression of agreement that is not supported by real conviction

insincerity by virtue of pretending to have qualities or beliefs that you do not really have

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And the fourth in Mr Marshalls series of sloppy hypocrisies was his opposition to debate the Governments ASER Bill in the Upper House which is blocking the $900 million Festival Plaza redevelopment that will support 2,500 jobs.
This is a very level-headed listing of facts about recent and current politicians, their crimes and hypocrisies, with an overlay of Flynt's sarcasm as narrative.
For Mr Blair to now come out and praise the workforce for saving the company is the purest of hypocrisies with which we would naturally associate the workings of New Labour, as time has already made perfectly clear.
Such reviewers as Joan Didion and Michael Kinsley are right to catalogue Newt's many errors, hypocrisies, and deceits.
The first and major task of humanists is not merely to oppose and expose these pretensions and hypocrisies but chiefly to explain and defend religious liberty and separation of church and state.