|holier-than-thou, self-righteous, pretending to be pious||sanctimonious|
|act of pretending, imaginative narrative which has no basis in fact (i.e. novel); category of literature including works of imaginative narratives; made-up story; act of creating with the imagination, literary works of imagination, something assumed to...||fiction|
|act of pretending; imitation, counterfeit; imitation of the operation or features of one system using another system (i.e. computer simulation), construction of mathematical model, fake, false appearance, reproduction of features of something||simulation|
|act of stealing merchandise from a store while pretending to shop||shoplifting|
|acting in falsely moralizing way, devout, religious; orthodox; sanctimonious, self-righteous, holy or sacred, praiseworthy, religiously reverent, showing due respect, virtuous and moral||pious|
|address somebody as "thou", pron. you (Archaic), thousand, God||thou|
|affected behavior, claim, assertion; act of pretending, act of feigning; arrogance, haughtiness, making of claim to something, pretense, questionable claim to something||pretension|
|aristocrat, aristocratic, aristocratic; honored; morally upstanding, righteous, former English coin, having excellent moral character, magnificent, nonreactive, person of noble rank; aristocrat, relating to high moral principles||noble|
|assume proper expression, behave in a self-righteous or smug manner; have a sanctimonious appearance, appear smug, formal and proper, make somebody look very proper, orderly, arranged; neat, clean; formal, rigid (in behavior); sanctimonious, prudish, v...||prim|
|based on conviction, derived from personal conscience, encouraging goodness and respectability, ethic; moralistic lesson; lesson; moralistic principle, ethical; virtuous; righteous; principled; conforming to accepted standards; having integrity, final ...||moral|
|believing in a higher being, belonging to monastic order, devout people, pious people, people who are observant of religious laws and practices, monk or nun, of or pertaining to religion; pious, relating to religion, thorough||religious|
|blissful experience, expressing astonishment, interjheaven, heavens, perfect dwelling place after death, place where God and the angels dwell; home of the righteous after death; paradise, utter happiness; sky, firmament, power of God, sky overarching E...||heaven|
|braggart, one who brags, somebody pretending to be important||tinhorn|
|chaste, good; moral (especially with regards to sexual conduct); upright; righteous, with moral integrity||virtuous|
|crime of cheating people, somebody who deceives by pretending, something intended to deceive, swindle; deceit; cheating; forgery; embezzlement; cheat, swindler||fraud|
|devoted to something, sincere, earnest; pious, religious, reverent, very religious, very sincere||devout|
|devout person, pious person, one who is deeply religious||religionist|
|earnest, influenced by prayer, praying frequently, religious, reverent; devout, pious, observant; begging, supplicant, appealing||prayerful|
|erect, righteous, state of being perpendicular; that which stands vertically erect; piano whose strings are strung vertically, upright piano, vertical support, erect; just, honorable, principled||upright|
|evasive, pretending to be shy, bashful; modest; coquettish, flirtatious||coy|
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