Synonym: lip service. Similar words: hypothesis, aristocrat, crisis, financial crisis, hyper, hypnotised, Democrat, democracy. Meaning: [hɪ'pɑkrəsɪ /-'pɒk-] n. 1. an expression of agreement that is not supported by real conviction 2. insincerity by virtue of pretending to have qualities or beliefs that you do not really have.
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1. He railed against hypocrisy and greed.
2. Dickens incarnated hypocrisy in his Uriah Heep.
3. Such hypocrisy is morally indefensible.
4. His recent comments savour of hypocrisy.
5. Her remarks savour of hypocrisy.
6. His hypocrisy makes me sick.
7. She strongly denounced the Government's hypocrisy.
8. Her behaviour smacks of hypocrisy.
9. It all turned out to be sham and hypocrisy.
10. His behaviour does rather savour of hypocrisy.
11. His statement reeks of hypocrisy.
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12. He was capable of great dissimulation and hypocrisy.
13. The whole thing reeks of hypocrisy.
14. Her denials reeked of hypocrisy.
15. He called it "rank hypocrisy" that the government was now promoting equal rights.
16. I challenged him on the hypocrisy of his political attitudes.
17. It's hypocrisy for them to pretend that they were shocked at the news.
18. He condemned the hypocrisy of those politicians who do one thing and say another.
19. It would be sheer hypocrisy to pray for success, since I've never believed in God.
20. He accused newspapers of hypocrisy in their treatment of the story.
21. As usual, this hypocrisy was hardest on the poor.
22. The farmer therefore accuses the preservationist of hypocrisy.
23. The debate in the mainstream press has been a classic example of British hypocrisy.
24. The novel tells the story of a teenager driven to despair by the hypocrisy of the adult world.
25. There's one rule for her and another rule for everyone else and it's sheer hypocrisy.
26. For them to attack the Liberals for racism is nauseating hypocrisy.
27. In the moralistic accents of today's leaders we hear echoes of a previous generation's hypocrisy.
28. Shelley's friendship with Byron was rooted in their shared contempt for cant and hypocrisy.
29. The clamour to draw a veil over the minister's extra-marital activities reeks of hypocrisy.
30. Their promises turned out to be full of sham and hypocrisy.
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