Answer: fakeness, lies, acting, not being themselves
''Now we’re all “friends,” there is no love but Like,
A semi-demi goddess, something like
A reality-TV star look-alike,
Named Simile or Me Two. So we like
In order to be liked. It isn’t like
There’s Love or Hate now. Even plain “dislike”
She is emphasizing in that way the ones who are wanting to be liked and popular and because of that they will do anything and they will be anyone, they will be acting like someone else in order to be liked.
Reality-TV stars are mostly acting in their shows because of the views or popularity, many of them are because of that called 'fake'. Those people are pretending to be something that they are not.
S<span>ynonyms are words that mean the same but are worded different. For example knife and blade. They both mean a sharp pointed weapon but sound different. So in this case the answer is going to be option D "</span><span>Secret; furtive." A secret is something kept between two or more people that they dont want other people to know, furtive is trying to avoid somone because of guilt or because you dont want that person to know. (another word for secret)
They use cunning forms of temptation when they say Macbeth is destined to be king of Scotland and show him their foretelling visions/apparitions (Shakespeare I, iii, 1–75). Consequently, by placing these initial ideas in his mind, the Witches essentially put him on the path to his own ruin.