Hypocritic


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Hyp`o`crit´ic


a.1.See Hypocritical.
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LAHORE: Friends, fundos and youthias, I want you to know that I took the Hypocritic oath ages ago while schmoozing my way across London with one eye on my political career back home, and the other on the chicks of Chelsea.
The speakers said the world would have to shun its hypocritic policy as in case of war between Pakistan and India, the entire world would be affected.
Neelum Toru regretted that Sharif brothers were doing all such undemocratic, hypocritic and brutal acts just for the lust of govt and wealth.
He said the entire Muslim world deeply hated the hypocritic attitude of the UN.
Benitez lost little time in signing up to the Hypocritic oath, brazenly posing with a Chelsea shirt and smirking joyfully.
Perhaps they should re-name the oath "The Hypocritic Oath".
Jai, Cain and Charity EASTENDERS MONDAY, BBC1, 8pm HYPOCRITIC OATH?
He must take the Hypocritic Oath, And sign the Pact of Lies, Enter the chamber of that ancient place, Where Truth lays down and dies.
Maybe, before becoming a fully-fledged manager, the professorial Wenger had to take a hypocritic oath.
THE rogue doctor, the Hippocratic saviour turned hypocritic slayer, is a mercifully rare medical phenomenon in this country.