King was widely reviled in his lifetime, attacked as a troublemaker, a liar, a con man and a communist.
The question is not whether Bosch is a liar—he is—but whether he is telling the league lies now.
When it was revealed she actually knew days earlier, after investigators filed an official probe, Taubira was branded a liar.
The liar had been totally cheating on me with all of the people the voice told me about.
(9:09 PM) Biden comes as close as possible to calling Ryan a liar.
To call him a liar was equivalent to contracting a doctor's bill.
"Then is my color a liar, uncle; but I am not," Napoleon insisted.
He thus curiously characterised one of our old acquaintance: '—— is a good man, Sir; but he is a vain man and a liar.
A warehouse of facts, with poet and liar in joint ownership.
He deceived and stole; he was a liar and a thief, and no pretty ways could hide the fact.
early 13c., from Old English leogere "liar, false witness," agent noun from Anglian legan, West Saxon leogan "be untruthful, lie" (see lie (v.1)). "The form in -ar is probably in imitation of the refashioned forms such as scholar for scoler and pillar for piler." [Barnhart]