1 It was very remarkable that a young gentleman who had been brought up under one continuous system of unnatural restraint, should be a hypocrite; but it was certainly the case with Tom.
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2 She cried bitterly over this reflection when her uncle was gone; and her cousins, on seeing her with red eyes, set her down as a hypocrite.
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3 It was bad enough that a Mrs Clay should be always before her; but that a deeper hypocrite should be added to their party, seemed the destruction of everything like peace and comfort.
4 That abject hypocrite, Pumblechook, nodded again, and said, with a patronizing laugh, "It's more than that, Mum."
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5 He is such an incarnate hypocrite, that whatever object he pursues, he must pursue crookedly.
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6 Madame," replied Villefort, "you know that I am no hypocrite, or, at least, that I never deceive without a reason.
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7 I always knew she hated me and she was too much of a hypocrite to admit it.
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8 He could see no change, save that in the eyes there was a look of cunning and in the mouth the curved wrinkle of the hypocrite.
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9 He is a hypocrite, a rascal who has himself roused the people to riot.
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10 A rogue does not laugh in the same way that an honest man does; a hypocrite does not shed the tears of a man of good faith.
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11 With a hypocritical look of the deepest submission, the Preceptor of Templestowe bowed to the ground before his Superior, and resumed his seat.
12 Yet this demure affectation of extreme penitence was whimsically belied by a ludicrous meaning which lurked in his huge features, and seemed to pronounce his fear and repentance alike hypocritical.
13 It is more hypocritical than irreproachable.
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14 I place no confidence in their hypocritical faces.
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15 No, that I am sure I shall not; and I think it is very impertinent of him to write to you at all, and very hypocritical.
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