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mendacity

noun as in insincerity

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In the film, based on Jennifer Vogel’s memoir Flim Flam Man, Jennifer comes to believe her father’s mendacity is “wedded to his shame and disappointment.”

From Time

Besides the mendacity of it all, such a scheme misses the obvious truth that “the audience has a mind of its own.”

Within this maelstrom of mendacity lies an urgent film that dares to convey the black experience in America: Dear White People.

Rush soon moved out of apology mode in any event, casting himself as a victim of media mendacity.

The destruction of a for-profit enterprise is always noble; its defense always carries the whiff of mendacity.

His new book, The Mendacity of Hope, argues that Obama has betrayed liberalism and the Constitution.

A surprising person Henri, with his worn uniform and his capacity for kindly mendacity.

"Of course, I didn't really think she was my aunt," he said, with the easy mendacity of childhood.

With characteristic mendacity, the duke spread the report that the prisoner had died a natural death.

Nothing is more revolting, but nothing is more characteristic of the Queen, than her shameless mendacity.

"Religious mania; hysterical mendacity," a doctor diagnosed it, with a pompous frown.

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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mendacity, such as: deceit, deception, prevarication, falsehood, falsification, and fraud.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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