falseface

falseface

(ˈfɔːlsˌfeɪs)
n
1. a mask
2. a deceitful person, a hypocrite
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See also George Jean Nathan, The World in Falseface (New York: Alfred A.
Seems a little obvious when it's written down obvious when it's written down but attach it to someone's false-but attach it to someone's falseface and I see your problem.