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King James Dictionary
DISSIMULATION, n. L., to make like like. The act of dissembling a hiding under a false appearance a feigning false pretension hypocrisy. Dissimulation may be simply concealment of the opinions, sentiments or purpose but it includes also the assuming of a false or counterfeit appearance which conceals the real opinions or purpose. Dissimulation among statesmen is sometimes regarded as a necessary vice, or as no vice at all.
Let love be without dissimulation. Romans 12 .
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