[ UK /fˈɪbɐ/ ]
  1. someone who tells lies
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How To Use fibber In A Sentence

  • His reaction is like Fibber McGee's closet. If you violate his rights, a whole bunch of stuff comes tumbling out!
  • Red marabou flower can absorb the ammonia in xylene, toluene and consist in chemical fibber, paint.
  • Or, as Daniel Dennett would put it, "Be a faith-fibber for Jesus. Karl Giberson, Ph.D: Faith Fibbing for Jesus
  • Tracks from a raft of towering, beautifully-crafted LPs bounced majestically off that famous low Fibbers ceiling.
  • Tommy, who has the reputation as a fibber, can't get his parents or the police to believe him.
  • BTW:Usually a "fibber" would spend his or her time searching for fibs. ATBWT: The Black Fist Denouncements
  • Britain is a nation of fibbers - and men tell more white lies than women - according to a new report.
  • Richard Wilson from the Lib Dems was even barmier though suggesting a system which divided this fibber's fib-won constituency into three bits. Tory Democracy: Hands Up for Bottom of the Class Francis Maude
  • * He was actually identified as Baron Munchausen 1720–97, who was a famous fibber in real life and later became the archetype of the teller of tall tales. In the Valley of the Shadow
  • The sudden and, as it turns out, mercifully brief closure of Fibbers threw into sharp relief the lack of venues for live music in York.
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