hypocrisy

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Synonyms for hypocrisy

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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The hypocricy and cynicism of our game's ruling body defies belief
The Paul campaign is calling the spot "Serial Hypocricy.
As we approached the 11th hour of the 11th day I would have told them I was not prepared to wear the badge of hypocricy and I would have been out on the street and out of a job.
Borisov has topped the list of most promises made per cabinet member, according to a representative of the Civil Initiative for Decreasing the Political Hypocricy, which created the website a year ago.
Facade--in its metaphorical sense referring to a person and his/her actions--irrevocably carries negative ethical value: it is associated with superficiality, sham, pretence, deception, and hypocricy.
Though she was talking of cheating, we can even apply it to other troubling agents such as anger, hypocricy and selfishness.
Their hypocricy never ceases to amaze - from their condemnation of scroungers while they fly off to 11 weeks' holiday in the sun, to their second and even third homes, to the three post offices in the Palace of Westminster not under threat of closure.