He will go down in history as a prevaricator
and a wobbly-kneed a**hole.
It becomes difficult for a prevaricator
to keep track of all the lies he is telling, and you can often elicit an inconsistent response the second time you touch on a topic.
However, one among you endured these gusts no more and has attempted to harness them and place the Prevaricator
in a dinghy.
It features an unnamed character, simply called the "old man" (der Greis), who sees through Stein and tells him what a prevaricator
he really is, oily rationalizations and all.
Bush may be a prevaricator
, which means a liar, but what Voice of the Mirror meant to call him was a procrastinator, which is someone who puts off making a decision (Page 6, November 20).
Gore was disturbed by the fuss in the press over his exaggerations and the growing public perception that he was a blithe prevaricator
The material in the early chapters is shocking, and I speak as one who thought he had seen it all: the visiting sociologist from Hebrew University who adorned his office at my university with a PLO recruiting poster; the Tel-Aviv University philosophy professor who supplied Noam Chomsky's supporters with a letter of kashrut certifying the "lifelong dedication to Israel" of their (Israel-hating) idol; the Haifa University sociologist active in the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination League (a PLO front group); the contingent of Israeli professors taking up arms on behalf of the great prevaricator
Lies from big media anchors or lies from a prevaricator
in chief are still lies.
And while that leads some to call him a fibber, a prevaricator
, or worse, he may just be a "chronic lawyer.
Perhaps the most contumacious prevaricator
was Keith Tucci.
Challenge the mistaken, the misinformed and the outright prevaricator
while acknowledging honest criticism.