hypocrite

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a person who practices hypocrisy

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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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Unlike Mr Brown and his Government, many of whom have no armed services experience and merely give lip service to the predicament of military injuries while standing before the Cenotaph hypocritically clutching a wreath on Remembrance Sundays with the Royal family, generals and heads of the services, these people risked their lives for their country and are now suffering service injuries too young to know their significance to future health problems.
He accuses the British Legion of being hypocritical yet he hypocritically lectures members of the British Legion on Britishness.
They feel ripped off by politicians who lecture us then hypocritically claim for duck houses, dodgy mortgages and chandeliers at the taxpayer's expense.
This makes it impossible for me to have an incentive to stay here while ministries and authorities alike behave hypocritically in my opinion.
Hypocritically, Westminster and its self-indulgingUK political parties parade the world thrusting democracy on others whilst denying it to the country and inhabitants of England - who elect and pay them.
Most people agree that Iran should not start producing them and yet, hypocritically, our Government plan to renew the Trident missile system.
However, Gary Kasparov, former world chess champion and leader of the Other Russia coalition, noted recently that the same Mugabe critics hypocritically ignore similar abuses by Russia's Putin and Medvedev.
Wiseman's voice reveals, with a great deal of feeling, the emotional hurt Hannah's classmates inflict while hypocritically pretending to be Hannah's friends.
The war with Islam talk is primarily just an intellectual smokescreen used by neoconservatives, who hypocritically ignore our government's role in causing the growth of reactionary Islam.
07), he was a Tory member of the Coalition Council in 2003 who did not have a referendum to add the county name to Redcar & Cleveland's address, yet he hypocritically says the new Labour administration should have one, when he knows that would be a cost to the council and we have said it will not be paid for via the council taxpayer.
Those in and around the administration have hypocritically wrapped their arguments in principles, Pukuyama believes, but their real ambition is to wield power without restraint.
insistence that nations band together to fight the war on terror to sound hypocritically self-serving.
The little terror also endears herself to some of her sad new sisters, among them polar opposites Shakuntala (``Bandit Queen's'' Seema Biswas), who truly believes her life of quiet deprivation is God's will, and beautiful Kalyani (Canadian-born supermodel Lisa Ray), whom Madhumati hypocritically pimps out to wealthy Brahmins on the other side of the river.
If we accuse Urbanyi of having bitter humor as he represents Ottawa and its people, we need to keep in mind that the mirrored images of an everyday Canadian are probably somewhat distorted; however, the preoccupation expressed in the narrative remains with the values that Canadian life, hypocritically "mas lujosa" (more luxurious), has imposed upon us.
Most hypocritically, straight people who enjoy anal sex--who studies suggest number more than the entire gay population--get little attention from Christian groups.