liar vs lier

liar lier

Definitions

  • 1) One who tells lies.
  • 2) One that tells lies.
  • 3) A person who knowingly utters falsehood; one who lies.
  • 4) a person who has lied or who lies repeatedly
  • 5) One who lies; a person who knowingly utters falsehood; one who deceives by false report or representation.

Definitions

  • 1) A person or thing that lies, in the sense of being horizontal.
  • 2) Common misspelling of liar.
  • 3) One who lies down; one who rests or remains, as in concealment.
  • 4) Same as leer.
  • 5) One who lies down; one who rests or remains.
  • 6) An obsolete spelling of liar.

Examples

  • 1) He was expelled from the Commons twice for calling her a liar.
  • 2) He's a liar, a cheat and he gambles as well.
  • 3) He would be branded a liar and hounded out of office.
  • 4) They had called him a liar and he objected to that very strongly.
  • 5) We now realise he is a pathological liar and are disgusted by him.
  • 6) He is also a proven cheat and a liar.
  • 7) But she was branded a liar by an employment tribunal.
  • 8) He is a compulsive liar and con man who should be avoided at all costs.
  • 9) They also call him a liar and accuse him of intimidation.
  • 10) He seems to have been a pathological liar.
  • 11) He denies it all and has the cheek to call her a liar.
  • 12) Defence lawyers insisted he was a pathological liar.
  • 13) Is it possible to be both a pathological liar and a paragon of sincerity at the same time?
  • 14) They called me a liar again.
  • 15) Afterwards people called me a liar.
  • 16) With a bungs story, you must deal with liars and cheats seeking to cover themselves.
  • 17) She was a compulsive liar, too.
  • 18) He was a liar and a cheat but now he's top dog.
  • 19) He's normally on something and is a compulsive liar.
  • 20) He's a cheat and a liar and you deserve better.
  • 21) He was jailed for 16 months in March after his trial judge branded him a liar.
  • 22) Because of the emotional impact of the label liar, be sure to label the behavior, not the child i.e., “What you said is a lie” versus “You are a liar!”
  • 23) He stared at her intently, as if the word liar were printed across the bridge of her nose.
  • 24) Stated income loans only deserve the moniker "liar loans" because they were abused by banks and given to borrowers who lacked the income to qualify full doc.
  • 25) And so now, the fact that Giannoulias accurately called a liar a liar is made out to be as equally bad as the actual lying because OH MY STARS AND GARTERS YOU HAVE INFLAMMED DAVID GREGORY'S SENSE OF PROPRIETY!
  • 26) ‘The liars, the traitors, the thugs, and the outlaws cannot be handed the destiny of a nation like India.’
  • 27) ‘They should not be abandoned to the tender mercies of manipulative liars and gold-diggers.’
  • 28) ‘In a world full of liars, cheaters and the deceitful, who has always given me honesty?’
  • 29) ‘We are so inured to the laxness and corruptness, that we defend the bullies and liars.’
  • 30) ‘Of course, being an unrepentant liar and perjurer is better than being a socialist.’
  • 31) ‘He was not sure he should place his trust in the words of someone who was a notorious liar and thief.’
  • 32) ‘I entirely agree that a lot of spirits are liars and manipulators.’
  • 33) ‘If writers use them to disguise their fabrications, I call them liars.’
  • 34) ‘They may be impulsive, manipulative, reckless, quarrelsome, and consistent liars.’
  • 35) ‘The point of the book is not that all marketers are all liars, but that they're storytellers.’
  • 36) ‘When even your own party thinks that you are a liar, you know you are in trouble.’
  • 37) ‘Known hypocrites and liars may, of course, tell the truth about a particular incident.’
  • 38) ‘If natural born leaders are also natural born liars, can we really hold it against them when they do what comes naturally?’
  • 39) ‘To those who call politicians liars and the like, please be optimistic!’
  • 40) ‘Tests have shown that a sensitive thermal imaging technique which spots heat coming off the face can detect liars.’
  • 41) ‘That's a mighty weak basis on which to call us frauds, liars, and smear merchants.’
  • 42) ‘At worst, such politicians are liars, with the blood of innocents on their hands.’
  • 43) ‘Some fakers are compulsive liars who convince themselves of the truth of their own stories.’
  • 44) ‘What I mean is that some liars will spend a lot of time convincing themselves and others that they are not really lying at all.’
  • 45) ‘People who say that are liars and should be ostracised from the group.’

Examples

  • 1) She sits up and makes an attempt at straightening lier hair.
  • 2) They knew that all bridges had been blown, in spite of ear lier hopes that somehow a crossing might be rushed.
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