I am accused of hypocritically “lecturing” Arabs about human rights.
Critics say people should get out of sex work, but then hypocritically shun us when we make the transition.
Olivia uses this revelation to hypocritically lecture about waiting for stolen moments and mistaking secrets and lies for love.
And the whole monstrous crime was hypocritically committed in the name of a militant, 100 per cent.
Some do so more demurely and hypocritically than others; but what else does any one go into company for?
You remember what you said to him and forget how hypocritically he behaved toward you.
"I'm sorry he is not kind to you," said the girl, hypocritically.
The infinite presence of death, gloomy, hypocritically active, fills all the interstices of the poem.
"I—I thought it was somebody else," she said, hypocritically.
He hypocritically prayed to God that he might always speak the truth.