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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhypocriticalhyp‧o‧crit‧i‧cal /ˌhɪpəˈkrɪtɪkəl◂/ ●○○ adjective  PRETENDbehaving in a way that is different from what you claim to believe – used to show disapproval opp sincereit’s hypocritical (of somebody) to do something It’s hypocritical of Sue to go to Tom's party when she can't stand him.
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hypocriticalThe other reason was it would have been somewhat incongruous and hypocritical.He is telling the church to stick to its principles and not get side tracked or become hypocritical.She mocks the snobbish, hypocritical and materialistic views of many people and their narrow views.Richard Russell Ramos does his best as the stereotypically hypocritical bishop.The hypocritical contrast between this elegant exterior and the sordid inner man is presented in a pedestrian and predictable manner.Not withstanding the propaganda of many generations of tight-assed hypocritical grown-ups: Hell no.Politicians are so hypocritical - they preach about 'family values' while they all seem to be having affairs.Several senators said it was hypocritical to ban imported weapons but not U.S.-made ones.I think it's a little hypocritical to get married in a church when you don't believe in God.She was to marry this mountebank, this hypocritical toad of a Sir Thomas.
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