Yes, he would be a great hypocrite; and he is not that yet.
As saint or knave, pilgrim or hypocrite?
Well, he always was a fine hypocrite, was my brother Peter.
And Johnson said, ’You may judge what a hypocrite he is.’
There was the newly elected mayor of Middlemarch, who happened to be a manufacturer; the philanthropic banker his brother-in-law, who predominated so much in the town that some called him a Methodist, others a hypocrite, according to the resources of their vocabulary; and there were various professional men.
There may be coarse hypocrites, who consciously affect beliefs and emotions for the sake of gulling the world, but Bulstrode was not one of them.
Hence Mr. Gambit could go away from the chief grocer’s without fear of rivalry, but not without a sense that Lydgate was one of those hypocrites who try to discredit others by advertising their own honesty, and that it might be worth some people’s while to show him up.
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She calls him a hypocrite for suggesting a green lifestyle except when it is personally inconvenient.
She may be a hypocrite, but at least she knows the difference between right and wrong.