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dissembler

[ dih-sem-bler ]
/ dɪˈsɛm blər /
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noun
a person who gives a false or misleading appearance, or who feigns or pretends something; a fraud or phony: I take everyone seriously until they reveal themselves to be liars, dissemblers, shills, or unrepentant hypocrites.
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