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lahy er

  • n  a person who has lied or who lies repeatedly

  • Now the leading answer is "incompetent" (given by 29 people), followed by "good," "idiot" and "liar.
  • Like Franklin Roosevelt and Cordell Hull, Senator Kenneth Douglas McKellar considers Columnist Drew Pearson a liar.
  • Don't be concerned that the hero of Umberto Eco's beguiling and exasperating new novel is a cheerful liar.
News & Articles


  • Jose Canseco in Akron Beacon Journal
    The timing's not right,Canseco said, according to excerpts released by ABC. "Let's see how Alex reacts. Let's see if they all call me a liar again. How's that for you? Let's see if all of a sudden they're going to call me a liar again."
  • John Danks in USA Today
    I have been judged by many in the media and public to be a cheat and a liar, and I have lost my job -- all long before I will have had an opportunity to present my case to you and without Indiana University conducting a meaningful investigation... Kelvin Sampson Indianapolis Star May 12, 2008 57958 77204 liar Fifth inning. Any one who says they don't think about it is a liar," Danks said. "You know immediately what is going on out there. Actually, as weird as it sounds, it was pretty fortunate that it was a 1-0 game because you can't get ahead of...

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