- n. 伪善
- [U]伪善，虚伪 saying one holds a belief while really believing sth else
an expression of agreement that is not supported by real conviction
insincerity by virtue of pretending to have qualities or beliefs that you do not really have
- We were cheated by his hypocrisy.
- I have no brow of such worldly hypocrisy.
- Dickens incarnated hypocrisy in his Uriah Heep.
The hypocrisy which permits selfish policies to be propounded in expressions of high-mindedness.出自： P. Ustinov
To talk of holiness and to practise injustice is mere hypocrisy.出自： R. H. Tawney