two-facedness


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two-faced

(to͞o′fāst′)
adj.
1. Having two faces or surfaces.
2. Hypocritical or double-dealing; deceitful.

two′-fac′ed·ly (-fā′sĭd-lē, -fāst′lē) adv.
two′-fac′ed·ness n.
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two-facedness

noun
A show or expression of feelings or beliefs one does not actually hold or possess:
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