1530s, from Greek hypokritikos "acting a part, pretending" (see hypocrisy).
Examples from the Web for hypocritic
At any moment, indeed, she might turn up; but the days passed—the hypocritic days—and she did not turn up.The Cardinal's Snuff-Box|Henry Harland
Middle-class prejudice and hypocritic canting twaddle from Judge and advocate dragged their weary length along for days and days.Oscar Wilde, Volume 1 (of 2)|Frank Harris
It was a hypocritic deprecation of the future importance and eminence which Elisha had prophesied for him.The Expositor's Bible|F. W. Farrar