noun, plural hy·poc·ri·sies.
Origin of hypocrisy
Examples from the Web for hypocrisies
Pivot forward and you can see the hypocrisies that will be dragged out in the coming days.
A longtime advocate of Israeli-Palestinian cooperation on the hypocrisies—and complexities—of the Gaza conflict.Where Were the Protesters When Missiles Were Hitting Israel?|Benjamin Pogrund|January 9, 2009|DAILY BEAST
For even in this simple and antique relation of the mother and the child, hypocrisies are multiplied.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. XIX (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
Above all, it is frank; there are no evasions, no sentimental lies, no hypocrisies before facts.Plays, Acting and Music|Arthur Symons
The attack opened by Valla upon the hypocrisies and false doctrines of monasticism was both powerful and novel.Renaissance in Italy, Volume 2 (of 7)|John Addington Symonds
At the hypocrisies and falsehoods of his party, deeds of treachery and blood, Moray looked through his fingers.The Mystery of Mary Stuart|Andrew Lang
It was easy for him to match the present hypocrisy with hypocrisies that he had seen of old.