1 That feeling was an intimate, familiar feeling, like a consciousness of hypocrisy, which she experienced in her relations with her husband.
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2 Her eyes were, it seemed, opened; she felt all the difficulty of maintaining herself without hypocrisy and self-conceit on the pinnacle to which she had wished to mount.
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3 Nikolay probably felt the same; he began questioning his brother about his affairs; and Levin was glad to talk about himself, because then he could speak without hypocrisy.
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4 At this moment, in his present softened state of feeling, sensitive to everything, this inevitable act of hypocrisy was not merely painful to Levin, it seemed to him utterly impossible.
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5 Katavasov went back to his own carriage, and with reluctant hypocrisy reported to Sergey Ivanovitch his observations of the volunteers, from which it would appear that they were capital fellows.
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6 "You are never so charming or so absurd as when you are airing some hypocrisy like that," he cried in frank enjoyment.
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7 And if that was hypocrisy, let Atlanta make the most of it.
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8 But it hasn't been hypocrisy that's kept me quiet.
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9 The point on which we are certain is, that the difficulties of faith never resolved themselves into hypocrisy in his case.
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10 This is the worst species; hypocrisy enters into it.
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11 The past has a visage, superstition, and a mask, hypocrisy.
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12 I still stood absolutely dumfoundered at what appeared to me her miraculous self-possession and most inscrutable hypocrisy, when the cook entered.
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13 Nay, when I read a letter of his, I cannot help giving him the preference even over Wickham, much as I value the impudence and hypocrisy of my son-in-law.
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14 She had an evil face, smoothed by hypocrisy; but her manners were excellent.
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15 The only reality was nothingness, and over it a hypocrisy of words.
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