mendacious


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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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Hammerman was deliberately planted in the audience for the purpose of making her mendacious tirade.
Pistorius was "vague, argumentative and mendacious, hiding behind an untrue version" and more worried about defending his life than telling the truth, the prosecutor told Pretoria High Court in South Africa.
He told Pretoria High Court in South Africa that the double amputee was "vague, argumentative and mendacious, hiding behind an untrue version" and more worried about defending his life than telling the truth.
Yes, I eat organic as much as I can, but, oh, how I love a Martini" Actress Gwyneth Paltrow, above "Christian faith is much more vulnerable to comfortable indifference than to hatred and opposition" The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby "Sir Alex Ferguson's selection of The Chosen One now looks less like John the Baptist heralding Christ and more like what I would do if invited to select my ex's next partner - the mendacious dispatch of a castrated chump to grimly jiggle with futile pumps upon Man United's bone-dry, trophy-bare mound" Comedian Russell Brand speaks enigmatically about the sacking of David Moyes
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.
At worst, they are mendacious and the law - as in the Bercow case - should be able to rein in people who make such unsubstantiated claims.
Honestly, I know it's reality telly and therefore a mendacious bagatelle of scripted set-pieces and editing suite-concocted conflict, but surely people this bluff, crass and generally up their own botties don't actually exist in the real world, do they?
But that''s now too late to stop what many view as the terminal decline in the fortunes of a misguided and often mendacious brand of noninclusive Christianity.
The NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association was extremely supportive of my cause and, despite three separate appearances before the Industrial Relations Commission, and numerous meetings and consultations with nursing staff affected by the deletion, it was finally a mendacious management who were victorious and the position remained deleted.
Wellington, Jan 21( ANI ): Lance Armstrong's former teammate and whistle-blower, Tyler Hamilton has claimed the banned cyclist is still mendacious about testing positive at a race in 2001, and he also accused the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCL) of covering up the result.
I loved looking through crosstabs to figure out who's more mendacious than whom.
During his 10-minute video response, Di Stefano brands Tricia as being "devious, mendacious and crafty".
We are drifting towards a political system in which a combination of modern technology, mendacious journalism and angry voters will undermine representative democracy,".