prevaricator[ pri-var-i-key-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF prevaricator
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREVARICATOR
You are a prevaricator, for you tell things which are not so.
I'm not after sayin' me father was a prevaricator—no, indeed!
She was not alone a dunce when it came to acting, she was a prevaricator as well.
"Hampton's a prevaricator," he said gravely, as he looked down into the merry blue eyes turned up to him.
He was not willingly a prevaricator, and hated thoroughly to make explanations concerning it.
Everything this girl said made her more of a prevaricator, even though she might be innocent of crime.
But an Englishman is nothing if not a prevaricator; he calls it being scrupulously truthful.
For if I build up again the things which I have destroyed, I make myself a prevaricator.
Mr. Rabbit, you are all these—a lazy, shiftless sneak, thief and prevaricator.'