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A hypocrite is a person who practices hypocrisy.
The Hypocrite or Hypocrites may refer to:
- The Hypocrite, a 1768 play by Isaac Bickerstaff
- Ayit Tzavua or The Hypocrite, an 1858 Hebrew novel by Abraham Mapu
- The Hypocrite, a, 1898 novel by C. Ranger-Gull
- The Hypocrites, a 1906 play by Henry Arthur Jones
Film and TV
- Hypocrite (film) (Spanish: Hipócrita), a 1949 Mexican film
- The Hypocrite (1922 film), directed by Oscar Micheaux
- The Hypocrites (1915 film), directed by Lois Weber
- The Hypocrites (1923 film), a 1923 British Dutch silent film directed by Charles Giblyn based on the 1906 play
- Los Hipócritas or The Hypocrites, a 1965 Argentine crime film
- Die Scheinheiligen or The Hypocrites, a 2001 German film
- The Hypocrites (theatre company), Chicago
- Hypocrite Channel, a channel in Massachusetts Bay
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