Hypocrites [noun]

Definition of Hypocrites:

person who pretends, is deceitful

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Sentence/Example of Hypocrites:

We all know that Republicans are indeed hypocrites when it comes to debt and deficits.

Democrats have accused Republicans of being hypocrites, because of their refusal in 2016 to consider then-President Barack Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland.

There’s even less reason for LGBTQ voters to support him, no matter what the hypocrites at Log Cabin tell you.

The true man stands out in his native dignity and the gilding is rubbed off the hypocrite.

Thou hypocrite, cast out first the beam out of thy own eye, and then shalt thou see to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.

But while she cared little for his adulations, she did not because of them consider him a scoundrel, nor necessarily a hypocrite.

Three shall not enter Paradise—the scoffer, the hypocrite, and the slanderer.

But in the priestly city, where education consists in being taught to play the hypocrite and to lie, traitors abound.

The scoffer, the liar, the hypocrite, and the slanderer can have no share in the future world of bliss.

And, either hypocrite or imbecile, he is to be trusted no longer.