Pharisee [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Pharisee:

Thou blind Pharisee, cleanse first the inside of the cup and of the platter, that the outside thereof may become clean also.

I never see such a flow of language as that bit where he called old Gommy a superannuated Pharisee.

Thus it came to pass that many of these had entered the kingdom, while the self-complacent Pharisee still remained without.

Or was he only a subconscious Pharisee, self-deceived and complacent?

Evidence of the popular dislike of the conservative Pharisee abounds.

Magdalene, who loved much, could see deeper than jesting Pilate, deeper than the self-righteous Pharisee.

I was at that time,” he later complained, “nothing but an insufferably vain and narrow-minded Pharisee.

Saul of Tarsus was a devoted student and observer of the law, a strict Pharisee.

They made great courtesy between them who should examine me; at last, the rankest Pharisee of them all took upon him to do it.

He's coming round; he's not such a pig-headed old Pharisee as I thought.