hypocrite

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Synonyms for hypocrite

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a person who practices hypocrisy

Synonyms for hypocrite

a person who professes beliefs and opinions that he or she does not hold in order to conceal his or her real feelings or motives

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Like other Googlephobes, he ought to try boycotting the company's products for a while, before preaching hypocritically about its sins.
Let's do that to the men who use and abuse them, then hypocritically return to their wives, families and respectable jobs.
Talking to journalists Friday in Parliament House, Nisar Ali Khan said in reply to a question, that it was not the first occasion when Altaf Hussain hypocritically made such statements and he did this just to hide his suspicious character.
Corbett says in his suit that the NCAA and "competing colleges and universities represented on its governing boards" had "cynically and hypocritically exploited" the case "to impose crippling and unprecedented sanctions on an already weakened competitor.
This is the organisation which hypocritically savaged the Catholic Church over its child abuse scandal whilst hiding an equally gross one of its own.
Anyway, much of the force behind this uprising comes from the west and, hypocritically, the Sunni nations of Qatar and Saudi Arabia with support from the west and Israel.
They termed the duo's campaign for 'peace' and 'democracy' as hypocritically selective acts when it comes to speak for oppressed Muslims in Myanmar.
Collie tries to follow her heart despite the harsh disapproval of her hypocritically devout mother and the bigotry of the townsfolk around her who practice severe class segregation.
But if Rajoub's aspirational quote about sports really carried any weight, then there would be no need to hold a moment of silence to mark the 1972 Olympics; the events would haven't been marred by the hate Rajoub's now hypocritically protests.
It shows smokers puffing and then hypocritically telling the kids, who approach them with cigarettes in their hands, not to smoke.
Our government the US has long talked about democracy but has hypocritically at the same time often diminished that possibility of democracy by supporting dictators like Mubarak, Saddam Hussein, Ferdinand Marcos, Batista, Somoza, the Shah of Iran and many others for their own foolish purposes.
Equally obnoxious is oafish John Prescott who was former deputy prime minister and now cavorts in the House of Lords somewhat hypocritically.
Those companies which have not withdrawn their support for the Israeli persecution of Palestinians and which we have started to boycott are hypocritically attempting to use religious beliefs to compensate for their losses due to the boycott.
This is a message to extreme 'environmentalists' who hypocritically protest domestic energy production offshore and onshore.
MP BOB Ainsworth is hypocritically claiming that he wants to investigate why Dr Mattu has still not returned to work, yet conveniently blames Dr Mattu for apparently preventing him from doing so.