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dissembler (s) (noun), dissemblers (pl)
1. Someone who hides his or her opinions or dispositions under a false appearance.
2. To disguise or to conceal one's real nature, motives, or feelings: "Deborah's cousin was accused of being a dissembler because her professions of goodness were actually selfishness and her life was corrupt or dishonest."
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