hypocrisy

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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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@IbtihajMuhammad glad you lost and then bashing usa you dont feel safe stay in rio or go to iraq HIPOCRITE...
Spruce wonders how it is that the 'compassionat spectator' might feel more than the 'thousand hipocrites' who 'shed Their teares' while he himself needs 'not a cue to prompt me', (57) and he considers in a soliloquy what to do and not to do about his situation:
How many thousand hipocrites do shed Their teares, that the compassionate spectatures [Al] may say.
From an examination of the Martin Marprelate tracts -- or rather, the anti-Marprelate tracts they inspired -- Poole describes the way in which the already ribald prose of the Martin authors was heightened and subverted by opponents, who "atrack[ed] the puritan 'Hipocrites"' by mocking them on their own rhetorical and stylistic turf, and by "'imitating...that merry man Rablays"' (26).
8 'Thus Greene's charge, like Rankins's, is obviously not the tiger's hackneyed cruelty, but another notorious unnatural viciousness of his, just like the deceptive feigning of actors - whom Stubbes (1583) calls "doble dealing ambodexters" and dissembling Hipocrites' (Leslie Hotson, Shakespeare by Hilliard (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1977), 144-5).