You seem to me to have absolutely no conscience—only hypocrisy; and you can’t see the difference...
Far from relapsing into hypocrisy, as Sganarelle feared, he has unexpectedly discovered a moral in his immorality.
There are no limits to male hypocrisy in this matter.
I am never hypocritical with you, Jack.
[in the toils] You scandalous woman, will you throw away even your hypocrisy?
Let us be frank in this matter before we go on with our play; so that we may enjoy it without hypocrisy.
That may account for your attacking me, but not for the revolting hypocrisy of your subsequent proceedings as a statue.
In short, I can stand everything except her confounded hypocrisy.
…Mr Labor Agitator and so forth, can read the Pilgrim’s Progress without finding a word said against them; whereas the respectable people who snub them and put them in prison, such as Mr W.W. himself and his young friend Civility; Formalist and Hypocrisy; Wildhead, Inconsiderate, and Pragmatick (who were clearly young university men of good family and high feeding); that brisk lad Ignorance, Talkative, By-Ends of Fairspeech and his mother-in-law Lady Feigning, and other reputable…
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It’s not clear if she is guilty of moral hypocrisy or moral weakness.
Hypocrisy is a standard feature of party politics with the majority regularly taking steps they claimed were wrong when the other party had the majority.