It has often been said, that liars have need of good memories.
I have only one reply for these persons; and, phrasing it as politely as I can, I say to them that they are all liars.
For if this is your meaning I should answer, that there have been plenty of liars in all ages.
They never speak the truth except when they call each other liars.
Men were fools and liars, and impostors and quackery reigned supreme.
They impart what they have heard, but most of them are liars.
Busy bodies and liars, he said, had created all the trouble between us.
I ask this question of you all, and call you rogues and liars if you do not tell me the truth.
Cervantes had before designated Pinto as the "prince of liars."
That explains the lying—of course they're liars, with an economy like that.