hy-poc-ri-sy / hĭ-pŏk-rĭ-sē
noun (plural hypocrisies)
1. the practice of appearing to be what one is not, especially the false assumption of virtue or religion
Hypocrisy is the audacity to preach integrity from a den of corruption.
Wes Fesler, 1908 – 1989
2. an act or occurrence of publicly professing certain beliefs or feelings that one does not actually believe or adhere to
Manners are the hypocrisy of a nation.
Honore de Balzac, 1799 – 1850