liar

[lahy-er]
noun
a person who tells lies.

Origin:
before 950; Middle English lier, Old English lēogere. See lie1, -ar1

liar, lyre.


falsifier, perjurer, prevaricator.
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liar (ˈlaɪə)
 
n
a person who has lied or lies repeatedly

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liar
O.E. leogere; agent noun from Anglian legan, W.Saxon leogan "be untruthful, lie" (see lie (v.1)).
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Example sentences
Bill also taught me how to play, and win, at liars poker.
Test suspected liars by making them read alternate versions of their stories.
He hath promised you more than that, or there be liars.
So liars feel that they own copyrights to their fabrications.
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