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Hypocrite A "hypocrite" originally was an actor who wore a mask in a Greek play, thereby pretending he was something he was not (they were always males). So it came to be used for a person who looked one way on the outside but was something else on the inside. Normally a hypocrite practices conscious deception, Carson rightly notes that in this case the person is likely deceiving himself as well as others.  Grant R. Osborne, Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament - Matthew 6:2
Biblical Definition of Hypocrite

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