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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No, no,' says her friend, 'I can assure you Sir is no hypocrite, he is really an honest, sober gentleman, and he has certainly been robbed.
Perceiving that I observed the movement, he whispered that he was going to make a note of the sermon; but instead of that, as I sat next him, I could not help seeing that he was making a caricature of the preacher, giving to the respectable, pious, elderly gentleman, the air and aspect of a most absurd old hypocrite.
To add to the fiendishness of their cruel savagery was the poignant memory of still crueler barbarities practiced upon them and theirs by the white officers of that arch hypocrite, Leopold II of Belgium, because of whose atrocities they had fled the Congo Free State--a pitiful remnant of what once had been a mighty tribe.
He is a hypocrite, a rascal who has himself roused the people to riot.
If I had been the vilest hypocrite living, I doubt even then if my face could have kept my secret while my mind was full of Benjamin's letter.
Close observation of the Egyptian media gives the impression that Egypt is a nation constituted mainly of hypocrites and sycophants.
HYPOCRITES INVITE MORAL OPPROBRIUM, and charges of hypocrisy are a significant and widespread feature of our moral lives.
This bunch of hypocrites that is our Government seem to me to be very fond of telling other nations how to behave, yet they are involved in this despicable trade.
Summary: The Syrian war has proven that the international community, and superpowers Russia and the United States in particular, are a bunch of hypocrites lacking any sense of ethics, respect for their own laws or desire for justice.
But there's also only so much you can take of grumpy old hypocrites telling others they're lightweights when their most recent body of work comprises feathering his nest by indulging in infantile behaviour on I'm a Celebrity.
It seems the anti-Corbyn ( pictured) group: notably, Blair, Kinnock, Milburn and a host of other opportunist hypocrites want New Labour to become a middle of the road wishy-washy version of the Tory Party.
Jesus said: "Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites.
Hypocrites to them are not only an anomaly but merely human beings who've backslidden.
In the interim, longtime Hypocrites member Halena Kays led the company.