mendacious


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Synonyms for mendacious

Synonyms for mendacious

given to or marked by deliberate concealment or misrepresentation of the truth

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given to lying

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intentionally untrue

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For as long as a mendacious power elite presides over the state and county treasuries, the IEBC, whether reformed down to the tea servers, will remain a threat to national stability.
The ordinary people cannot expect any help from such mendacious leaders.
I am the only person who believes the Tories are sneering, mendacious and dishonest?
I believe any marital crisis is dreadful, but the discovery that you have a homosexual and mendacious husband can throw your whole world into a tailspin.
The mendacious propaganda to brainwash people into believing that Britain's exit from the EU would propel the growth of the UK has succeeded.
However, they will be remembered less than the hectic, hysterical and mendacious rhetoric we have heard.
S has stolen one milliard and 700 million dollar of Iran blocked properties for mendacious excuses.
Could eating bread crusts make your hair curly or is that a mendacious rumour dreamt up by an alliance of grannies and the bakers of plain loaves?
Bill takes writing tips from Christopher Marlowe, a marvellously morose and mendacious Jim Howick.
His utter failure in this regard owes him to tender an apology to the nation for his mendacious and willful claims in order to get votes from the electorates, he added.
Netanyahu gave a particularly mendacious reason when he said that "given the deteriorating situation in the Middle East, one must act responsibly and with due consideration alongside a determined struggle against extremists.
Particularly chilling are the accounts of those American, British, French, and German politicians and journalists who wrote their mendacious reports from the USSR in the 1930s thus promoting the sympathy and admiration toward the "great light from the East.
IT goes without saying that Tony Blair cut his mendacious teeth by misleading us on the Good Friday Agreement.
It is a totally mendacious account of what happened, in its details, in its tonalities, in its very suggestion of non-consensus.
I asked City Councilor Rick Rushton if he was feeling mendacious, and he paused to ponder.