Terjemahan dari sanctimonious
hypocritical, specious, prudish, goody, sanctimonious, histrionic
yg berlagak suci
making a show of being morally superior to other people.
what happened to all the sanctimonious talk about putting his family first?
sinonim: self-righteous, holier-than-thou, pious, pietistic, churchy, moralizing, preachy, smug, superior, priggish, hypocritical, insincere, goody-goody
- self-righteous, holier-than-thou, pious, pietistic, churchy, moralizing, preachy, smug, superior,priggish, hypocritical, insincere, goody-goody
- pharisaical, pietistic, self-righteous, pharisaic, holier-than-thou
For example, sanctimonious relief initially greeted a survey that showed the model republic to have got its best support in the referendum from voters in the more affluent urban neighbourhoods.
I didn’t want it to be this sanctimonious , preachy thing.
But with this aid went a lot of sanctimonious preaching about the superiority of the American way of life.
If it is, then his comeback should be welcomed, because he does have an opportunity to do something positive, even against the inevitable background of sanctimonious and hypocritical noise.
Many of us have tired of his sanctimonious , smug condescension.
From my experience, hostility coming from the Left is a direct response to the sanctimonious , oppressive dogma and bigotry that emanates from the political Right.
She did not question the fact that the film was intended to portray a truth about sanctimonious priests posing as the saviours of a religious heritage.
There has been a massive growth in recent years of a new type of Irish person – the smug,sanctimonious person who has just moved from a city to what he or she considers the countryside.
The most common line of attack from these sanctimonious scribes is that the Catholic Church is not a democracy and that so-called a la carte Catholics should get out of the church.
Sadly this tone of sanctimonious self-righteousness characterises much of the exhibition.
Fairytales were always a bit of a swindle, bribing us with happy endings to accept their sanctimoniousmorality.
The priests and priestesses are pious, sanctimonious bastards.
How dare a midwife behave in such a sanctimonious and self-righteous manner.
She somehow fails to mention that his massive highway projects enabled the sanctimonioussuburbanites to get out of the city and into the suburbs in the first place.
The themes of the film are worn on its striped, embroidered sleeve, and often the script gets preachy with its sanctimonious moralizing.
Lest I be further accused of being sanctimonious or self-righteous, I confess I am no model of student participation.
Never sanctimonious or smug, his art seems founded on a sense of rectitude.
Don’t give me your sanctimonious , holier-than-thou speech about drinking.
But we don’t need the sanctimonious scolding of a student newspaper editor to tell us voting for a party, any party, is a manifestation of our stupidity and ignorance.
Even jogging, while seemingly harmless, has encouraged damp, smelly and sanctimonious people to stride down our streets with grinning notions of moral superiority.
Once it had been leaked from supposedly sealed court documents, news agencies were duty-bound,sanctimoniously holding their noses, to put the Vaseline story into the public domain.
Ah, the joys of Washington: that wonderful city where sanctimony and intellectual dishonesty are treated like virtues instead of vices.
But bearing witness risks being a self-regarding gesture aimed at sanctimoniously demonstrating one’s moral superiority – akin to the self-regarding ‘innocence’ of Bertolucci’s protagonists.
Daytime talk shows, with their orchestrated grievance and sanctimony , serve as ‘show trials’ of the politically incorrect, now largely defined in gender terms.
Certainly, Democrats don’t own morality, either, but Republicans can’t act sanctimoniously on the one hand while brushing aside hypocrisy on the other.
There seemed to be nothing in the music between sanctimony and exacerbation.
Some of the explorers died during subsequent skirmishes, but in nothing like the numbers of the natives who suffered from introduced scourges like syphilis, which the French and the British alwayssanctimoniously blamed on each other.
During the heyday of British colonialism, Rudyard Kipling’s ‘Take up the white man’s burden’ was an unambiguous expression of the patronising sanctimony that pervaded European thinking towards the peoples of Asia and Africa.
Having stayed in this land of elephants and snake charmers for twenty years now, I’ve become used to this inane exposition of sanctimoniousness .
After the stifling incense-choked sanctimoniousness of American politics, getting back to Britain was like coming up for air.