mendacious

[ men-dey-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF mendacious

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Party journalism in the Province of Quebec is peculiarly bitter and mendacious.

Bein' a woman, you're too feeble-witted for reason, too mendacious for trooth.'

With this mendacious explanation Gustavus was forced to be content.

The mendacious fiction was framed by the chief priests and elders of the people.

Angie said suddenly and turned with a mendacious inspiration on her brother.

A mendacious biography of the English mystic, Thomas Vaughan.

For example, Polk has been called the Mendacious; but that is unjust.

His smile was like the smile of women who are at once witty, mendacious, and enchanting.

These words, audacious as mendacious, caused a tremendous uproar.

There is only one mendacious being in the world, and that is man.

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