sanctimony


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He reiterated his political party's firm belief in the sanctimony of the people's will and right for change.
With gentle sanctimony, my editor informed me that the editorial position of the paper was in keeping with the corporate position which was "pro-choice.
If the left can drop the sanctimony, and the right can drop the obstructionism, if instead of wrestling with each other we can grapple with the evidence, we can save thousands of lives a year.
The campaign rhetoric of the nationalists before the general election was positively dripping in sanctimony.
At the same time, there are a few leaders who will move heaven and earth in their 'mission' to avoid a stint behind bars, the sanctimony of the 'Holy precincts' notwithstanding
We should provide assistance - legal, medical, psychological - but abandon the self-serving sanctimony.
She finds peace without sanctimony and divines wisdom from the most unlikely sources - Gandalf is a frequent comfort - and she is not afraid to admit to her own humanity.
She added: "I can't speak with too much sanctimony.
With sanctimony commensurate with their hypocrisy, school choice opponents borrow language from the era of Brown v.
What, exactly, was he trying to say in this bizarre melange of sexist myth, sexist sanctimony and sexist sex?
If you prefer deception, dishonesty and justifying any action if it aids the pursuit of victory, then I apologise for the sanctimony.