mendaciously mendaciously


  • (adv) in a mendacious and untruthful manner


  1. They had seen the future all right, but it didn't work, except as the past had workedbrutally, mendaciously and callously.
  2. Berlin obliquely if mendaciously admitted the weight of the raids by claiming a bag of 33 British planes in 24 hours.
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