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  • adj. Not hypocritical.


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un- +‎ hypocritical


  • Then you could join the ranks of all the other ‘stupid’, unhypocritical, unbiased, free thinking, moral, ethical, tea partying people in this great country.

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  • In everything one finds this frank acceptance of twin values which are not expected to have anything in common: on the one hand a quite unclouded, quite unhypocritical assumption of transcendent theory “high ideals”; on the other a simultaneous acceptance of catchpenny realities.

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  • If there are any brain cells left to do unhypocritical/unbiased/selfless thinking. by

    Hamas Victory is Bush "War Against Terror" Failure

  • That statement is refreshingly unhypocritical, since all too many atheists pretend to believe in Hell only when someone they hate passes on.

    Hitchens' "Religious" Ritual

  • I agree that there are intelligent, unhypocritical people who are committed to the Church.

    Out of Mormonism. | Mind on Fire

  • I've previously relied on the unbiased, unhypocritical reporters at Talon News for objective information about MLK's illiberalism and creationist geology.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Of course, by being unhypocritical, they can be accused of being self-righteous.

    Political Animals

  • He'd also heard about Mary Jane's adventure at ESU, and immediately pumped the agents tending him for confirmation that "all the hostages" were all right Even when he'd found out Mary Jane was physically unharmed, he desperately wanted to go to her, and comfort her, and find some impossibly unhypocritical way to chide her for taking so many unnecessary risks.

    The Sinister Six Combo

  • Come out into the open like an unhypocritical American.

    The Lion of Petra

  • The indignation of the girl at his unhypocritical behaviour had been funny but not humorous.

    Chance A Tale in Two Parts


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