Hypocrisy [noun]

Definition of Hypocrisy:

deceitfulness, pretense

Opposite/Antonyms of Hypocrisy:

Sentence/Example of Hypocrisy:

Jamie Grant, R-Tampa, accused them of hypocrisy and misleading voters.

This refusal to acknowledge the existence of more than 15 million LGBTQ people, 5 percent of the populace and residents of every ZIP code in America, shows a paralyzing hypocrisy.

Quasimodo is the only one who can unmask him and reveal his hypocrisy to the world.

“And though we do not lack for examples of Jones’ peculiar blend of hypocrisy and stupidity, we should note that he also serves on the state senate’s Special Committee on Pandemic Emergency Response,” the board wrote.

Instead, aim her fire at the bigotry and hypocrisy facing her across the stage.

Aunty Rosa could penetrate certain kinds of hypocrisy, but not all.

Thus, where such pure, noble feelings do not exist, the mere forms of politeness become hypocrisy and deceit.

Yet the Clarion opposes sweating and tyranny and hypocrisy, and does its best to defeat and to destroy them.

Even so ye also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but inwardly ye are full of hypocrisy and iniquity.

On no subject is there more hypocrisy amongst big men in England.