nonsanctimony

sanctimony

[sangk-tuh-moh-nee]
noun
1.
pretended, affected, or hypocritical religious devotion, righteousness, etc.
2.
Obsolete. sanctity; sacredness.

Origin:
1530–40; < Latin sānctimōnia holiness. See Sanctus, -mony

nonsanctimony, noun
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sanctimony

noun
the quality of being hypocritically devout [syn: sanctimoniousness
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