Hypocrites: How to Survive in a World that’s Full of Them

What is a Hypocrite?

hyp-o-crite

/ˈhipəˌkrit/

noun

a person who claims to have moral standards to which that person’s own behavior fails to conform.

What is an Example of Being a Hypocrite?

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