ostentatio

See: pretense
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56) The child Jesus in his mother's arms is not only naked but his mother usually points to his genitals in an ostentatio genitalium.
Even though he is not as verbally prolific as Richard III, Iago, or Edmund, he shares with them a preoccupation with certain rhetorical devices reserved especially for villains and hypocrites, among them ostentatio, simulatio, and dissimulatio.