Word "LIAR" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a person who has lied or who lies repeatedly
Synonyms:
prevaricator

Crossword Clues for LIAR

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Deceitful one Newsday 14 Jun 2022
Duplicitous person USA Today 08 Jun 2022
Dishonest person USA Today 19 May 2022
'You know that's not true!' USA Today 18 May 2022
Deceitful sort LA Times Daily 09 May 2022
Deceitful sort The Washington Post 09 May 2022
One not to be trusted Newsday 08 May 2022
Word repeated before 'pants on fire' USA Today 03 May 2022
Fudger of facts Newsday 01 May 2022
Fibber The Telegraph Quick 27 Apr 2022
Pinocchio, at times Wall Street Journal 25 Apr 2022
One who fibs Universal 25 Apr 2022
Person telling anything but the truth Family Time 24 Apr 2022
Make-up artist? The Washington Post 20 Apr 2022
Make-up artist? LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2022
Fraudulent source The Washington Post Sunday 17 Apr 2022
Fibber USA Today 02 Apr 2022
Prevaricator Canadiana 28 Mar 2022
Person claiming to be a Martian Family Time 27 Mar 2022
Porky pie teller The Guardian Quick 23 Mar 2022
Tale teller Thomas Joseph 17 Mar 2022
Deceitful person USA Today 14 Mar 2022
Courtroom drama shout Newsday 05 Mar 2022
Anyone claiming to be from Pluto Family Time 27 Feb 2022
Man claiming to be Superman? Family Time 20 Feb 2022
Dishonest person USA Today 12 Feb 2022
Falsifier Newsday 06 Feb 2022
Deceitful person Eugene Sheffer 02 Feb 2022
Fibber Canadiana 31 Jan 2022
Word of accusation The Washington Post 30 Jan 2022
Dishonest type The Washington Post Sunday 30 Jan 2022
Word of accusation LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2022
Yarn spinner LA Times Daily 29 Jan 2022
Yarn spinner The Washington Post 29 Jan 2022
Polygraph target Universal 28 Jan 2022
Person claiming one plus one is three Family Time 24 Jan 2022
Deceitful person Thomas Joseph 24 Jan 2022
One not to trust Newsday 23 Jan 2022
Deceitful sort Wall Street Journal 22 Jan 2022
Con artist, e.g Universal 22 Jan 2022
Deceptive person USA Today 09 Jan 2022
Untruthful person Universal 02 Jan 2022
Purveyor of whoppers Wall Street Journal 20 Dec 2021
Truth avoider Family Time 20 Dec 2021
Tale teller Eugene Sheffer 15 Dec 2021
Fibber The Times Concise 04 Dec 2021
Untruthful person USA Today 04 Dec 2021
Deceitful person Eugene Sheffer 30 Nov 2021
“That’s not true!” Wall Street Journal 18 Nov 2021
Dishonest person Family Time 07 Nov 2021
Yarn spinner LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2021
Alternative to road on the rise? One's given false account The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Oct 2021
Teller of tales Thomas Joseph 21 Oct 2021
"That isn't true!" Universal 08 Oct 2021
Wearer of hot pants? LA Times Daily 03 Oct 2021
Wearer of hot pants? The Washington Post 03 Oct 2021
Phony account source The Washington Post Sunday 26 Sep 2021
Tale teller Eugene Sheffer 15 Sep 2021
One may cheat a polygraph test Universal 06 Sep 2021
Deceitful person Universal 30 Aug 2021
Like a man who says he's been to Mars Family Time 01 Aug 2021
Untruthful person USA Today 22 Jul 2021
Teller of whoppers Wall Street Journal 19 Jul 2021
Fabricator; false witness The Guardian Speedy 18 Jul 2021
Dishonest sort USA Today 07 Jul 2021
Untruthful person Newsday 05 Jul 2021
"Untrue!" Universal 04 Jul 2021
A person you can't trust Family Time 04 Jul 2021
Emphatic denial Newsday 18 Jun 2021
Perjurer, e.g Wall Street Journal 17 Jun 2021
Fact falsifier Premier Sunday 13 Jun 2021
Unreliable source Wall Street Journal 18 May 2021
Teller of tales Thomas Joseph 28 Apr 2021
"Pants on fire" person Universal 26 Apr 2021
Falsehood source The Washington Post 14 Apr 2021
Falsehood source LA Times Daily 14 Apr 2021
Tale teller Eugene Sheffer 12 Apr 2021
'Pants on fire' person USA Today 02 Apr 2021
Fibber The Sun Two Speed 29 Mar 2021
False witness in Somalia rearrested The Sun Two Speed 29 Mar 2021
Fibber The Times Concise 27 Mar 2021
Pinocchio, at times Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2021
Prevaricator Canadiana 22 Mar 2021
Whopper source Wall Street Journal 17 Mar 2021
Dishonest person Universal 14 Mar 2021
"You made that up!" LA Times Daily 02 Mar 2021
'You made that up!' The Washington Post 02 Mar 2021
Deceitful sort Thomas Joseph 27 Feb 2021
Duplicitous sort USA Today 24 Feb 2021
Deceptive person USA Today 21 Feb 2021
Purveyor of pork pies? The Sun Two Speed 14 Feb 2021
Untruthful person The Sun Two Speed 14 Feb 2021
Untruthful one Newsday 10 Feb 2021
Untrustworthy source The Washington Post Sunday 07 Feb 2021
Dishonest person USA Today 19 Jan 2021
Person who fabricates USA Today 12 Jan 2021
Deceitful one Thomas Joseph 11 Jan 2021
Fibster Premier Sunday 10 Jan 2021
Hard-to-trust person USA Today 05 Jan 2021
Dishonest speaker Family Time 04 Jan 2021
Baloney peddler Newsday 30 Dec 2020
'You're full of it!' The Washington Post Sunday 27 Dec 2020
Untrustworthy sort Universal 19 Dec 2020
'Tell the truth!' USA Today 19 Dec 2020
One not to be trusted Newsday 17 Dec 2020
Mythomaniac New York Times 16 Dec 2020
You shouldn't believe one Universal 12 Dec 2020
Storyteller in Westphalia remembered The Sun Two Speed 28 Nov 2020
Word rhymed with 'Pants on fire' USA Today 28 Nov 2020
Overly inventive one Newsday 21 Nov 2020
The boy who cried wolf, e.g LA Times Daily 10 Nov 2020
The boy who cried wolf, e.g The Washington Post 10 Nov 2020
One needing new, unburned pants? New York Times 08 Nov 2020
Deceitful person Eugene Sheffer 07 Nov 2020
Heated accusation New York Times 18 Oct 2020
Tale tweaker Premier Sunday 11 Oct 2020
Pinocchio, at times Universal 05 Oct 2020
Pinocchio, notoriously Jonesin 29 Sep 2020
Teller of fibs Family Time 30 Aug 2020
Untruthful person USA Today 23 Aug 2020
Deceptive sort Wall Street Journal 15 Aug 2020
Pinocchio, famously Universal 13 Aug 2020
Fibber Canadiana 03 Aug 2020
Truth stretcher Universal 11 Jul 2020
Unreliable one Newsday 05 Jul 2020
Polygraph flunker New York Times 29 Jun 2020
Totally dishonest speaker Family Time 22 Jun 2020
"You're not telling the truth!" Universal 17 Jun 2020
Pseudologist New York Times 13 Jun 2020
Dramatic courtroom shout Universal 05 Jun 2020
Person telling fibs Newsday 26 May 2020
False witness in Australia rearrested The Sun Two Speed 22 May 2020
Fact fudger Newsday 15 May 2020
Person who makes things up Universal 11 May 2020
Truth twister Wall Street Journal 05 May 2020
Pinocchio, e.g New York Times 28 Apr 2020
Source of whoppers Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2020
Undependable person Newsday 12 Apr 2020
One who should fail a polygraph test Universal 08 Apr 2020
Person who isn't 24-Across USA Today 02 Apr 2020
Deceiver USA Today 30 Mar 2020
Tall tale teller Canadiana 30 Mar 2020
One blowing smoke Newsday 28 Mar 2020
One with pants on fire? Family Time 16 Mar 2020
Unreliable narrator, at times USA Today 03 Mar 2020
Fib teller Newsday 25 Feb 2020
Pants-on-fire person USA Today 23 Feb 2020
Perjurer, e.g Premier Sunday 05 Jan 2020
Yarn spinner
Bad romantic partner Universal 30 Dec 2019
Dishonest sort Wall Street Journal 30 Dec 2019
Backing track tells a story but not necessarily the right one Irish Times Crosaire 30 Dec 2019
'Beautiful ___' (Beyonce & Shakira song) USA Today 15 Dec 2019
"Not true!"
Fish-story spinner Family Time 24 Nov 2019
'Not true!' New York Times 24 Nov 2019
Teller of fish stories USA Today 10 Nov 2019
Prevaricating sort The Washington Post Sunday 10 Nov 2019
Source of 'alternative facts' USA Today 09 Nov 2019
'That's baloney!' USA Today 30 Oct 2019
Contradictory shout Newsday 27 Oct 2019
Pants-on-fire person Wall Street Journal 26 Oct 2019
Fabulist New York Times 20 Oct 2019
Fabulist
Untrustworthy sort USA Today 09 Oct 2019
Polygraph flunker Family Time 07 Oct 2019
Incredible person New York Times 05 Oct 2019
Teller of fibs The Times Concise 23 Sep 2019
Teller of tall tales Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2019
Pork pies purveyor? The Sun Two Speed 13 Sep 2019
Word repeated before "pants on fire" Universal 24 Aug 2019
Tall story teller LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2019
Tall story teller The Washington Post 29 Jul 2019
Fibber LA Times Daily 23 Jul 2019
Fibber The Washington Post 23 Jul 2019
Fiction expert The Washington Post Sunday 21 Jul 2019
'I don't believe you!' The Washington Post 16 Jul 2019
"I don't believe you!" LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2019
Upset for bar bouncer, say The Telegraph Toughie 11 Jul 2019
Person not to be trusted Wall Street Journal 08 Jul 2019
Giver of 'alternative facts' USA Today 24 Jun 2019
Worse than a thief? Half palliard? The Telegraph Toughie 20 Jun 2019
False witness LA Times Daily 10 Jun 2019
False witness The Washington Post 10 Jun 2019
Fact fudger USA Today 06 Jun 2019
One whose pants are on fire, figuratively Universal 04 Jun 2019
Story teller The New Yorker 27 May 2019
Shout of denial Newsday 26 May 2019
Truth stretcher LA Times Daily 09 May 2019
Truth stretcher The Washington Post 09 May 2019
Tale teller Thomas Joseph 03 May 2019
Scammer in action Newsday 03 May 2019
Storyteller in regalia recounting The Sun Two Speed 22 Apr 2019
Inventor who doesn't receive patents? The Washington Post Sunday 21 Apr 2019
Untruth teller Newsday 16 Apr 2019
Teller of yarns USA Today 14 Apr 2019
One supplying pork pies in bar on the counter The Telegraph Toughie 09 Apr 2019
False witness Newsday 27 Mar 2019
Tale teller The New Yorker 18 Mar 2019
Storyteller in Australia remembered The Sun Two Speed 06 Mar 2019
Tale teller The Washington Post 04 Mar 2019
Tale teller LA Times Daily 04 Mar 2019
Sound of stringed instrument, one telling a story The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Feb 2019
Duplicitous fellow Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2019
'Tell the truth!' The Washington Post 06 Feb 2019
"Tell the truth!" LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2019
Overly inventive person Newsday 27 Jan 2019
Dissembler The Telegraph Quick 26 Jan 2019
Pinocchio, famously USA Today 24 Jan 2019
Deceitful sort USA Today 21 Jan 2019
Deceitful person Thomas Joseph 14 Jan 2019
Courtroom outburst New York Times 12 Jan 2019
Untrustworthy sort Wall Street Journal 02 Jan 2019
"I don't believe you!"
Tale teller
"Tell the truth!"
Truth stretcher
Fibber
Untrustworthy sort
"That's baloney!"
Incredible person
Courtroom outburst
Teller of fish stories
Pinocchio, famously
Person not to be trusted
Duplicitous fellow
Tall story teller
False witness
Untrustworthy sort
Deceitful sort
Fact fudger
Giver of "alternative facts"
Pants-on-fire person
One whose pants are on fire, figuratively
Teller of tall tales
Word repeated before "pants on fire"
One with flaming pants, presumably Universal 31 Dec 2018
Tale teller Wall Street Journal 22 Dec 2018
Unreliable informant The Washington Post Sunday 16 Dec 2018
Reporter of fake news USA Today 28 Nov 2018
"Pants on fire" fellow Universal 12 Nov 2018
Pinocchio, notably New York Times 12 Nov 2018
Frequent fabricator Universal 08 Nov 2018
Perjurer LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2018
Perjurer The Washington Post 22 Oct 2018
One not to trust Newsday 05 Oct 2018
Mythical story teller? The Washington Post Sunday 30 Sep 2018
"That's not true!" LA Times Daily 23 Sep 2018
'That's not true!' The Washington Post 23 Sep 2018
Deceiver Universal 17 Sep 2018
Whopper inventor New York Times 09 Sep 2018
'That's not true!' USA Today 06 Sep 2018
False witness found entering Mali, arrested The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Aug 2018
Accusatory shout Newsday 30 Aug 2018
Make-up artist? The Sun Two Speed 20 Aug 2018
Terrible witness Universal 15 Aug 2018
Truth twister Newsday 15 Aug 2018
Teller of tales Wall Street Journal 07 Aug 2018
Perjury practitioner The Washington Post Sunday 05 Aug 2018
Whopper maker New York Times 05 Aug 2018
Pinocchio, at times LA Times Daily 03 Aug 2018
Pinocchio, at times The Washington Post 03 Aug 2018
"Pants on fire" person Family Time 30 Jul 2018
Whopper teller USA Today 29 Jul 2018
Fudger of facts USA Today 25 Jul 2018
Fibber The Telegraph Quick 23 Jul 2018
'A ___ believes no one' (old saying) New York Times 24 Jun 2018
Untruthful one Family Time 17 Jun 2018
Embroidering expert Newsday 16 Jun 2018
Deceitful person Newsday 12 Jun 2018
Creator of stories Wall Street Journal 24 May 2018
Untrustworthy fellow Wall Street Journal 21 May 2018
Word repeated before 'pants on fire' New York Times 14 May 2018
Spreader of fake news USA Today 11 May 2018
Wearer of hot pants? The Washington Post 06 May 2018
Wearer of hot pants? LA Times Daily 06 May 2018
One fibbing Premier Sunday 15 Apr 2018
One saying "I've been to the moon" Family Time 01 Apr 2018
Truth teller never believed, per Cicero Newsday 24 Mar 2018
"You made that up!" Family Time 12 Mar 2018
Untrustworthy type Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2018
Truth bender Premier Sunday 11 Mar 2018
Dishonest person's cash from Middle East changing hands The Telegraph Toughie 09 Mar 2018
The ____, debut novel of Stephen Fry The Times Specialist Sunday 25 Feb 2018
Source of fake news The Washington Post Sunday 18 Feb 2018
Make-up artist? USA Today 15 Feb 2018
Teller of untruths Family Time 11 Feb 2018
Perjurer The Times Concise 21 Jan 2018
"Pants on fire" fellow
Tale teller
Untrustworthy sort
Terrible witness
One with flaming pants, presumably
Frequent fabricator
Deceiver
"That's not true!"
Wearer of hot pants?
Pinocchio, at times
Perjurer
Teller of tales
Fudger of facts
"That's not true!"
Make-up artist?
Reporter of fake news
Untrustworthy fellow
"A ___ believes no one" (old saying)
Pinocchio, notably
Spreader of fake news
Whopper inventor
Whopper teller
Creator of stories
Whopper maker
Word repeated before "pants on fire"
Untrustworthy one Newsday 31 Dec 2017
Perjurer Universal 28 Dec 2017
One might be convincing The Washington Post 23 Dec 2017
One might be convincing LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2017
Twister of the truth USA Today 20 Dec 2017
One with "pants on fire" Family Time 17 Dec 2017
One who might falsify accounts The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Dec 2017
One who serves people baloney? The Washington Post Sunday 03 Dec 2017
Unreliable gossip Newsday 02 Dec 2017
Fish-story teller USA Today 27 Nov 2017
Deceptive one Wall Street Journal 13 Nov 2017
One with a forked tongue USA Today 05 Nov 2017
"That's baloney!" USA Today 26 Oct 2017
''Be bad, but at least don't be a __'': Tolstoy Newsday 14 Oct 2017
Fabulous speaker? New York Times 07 Oct 2017
Dishonest one Newsday 23 Aug 2017
One not to be believed Universal 19 Aug 2017
One with a forked tongue, so to speak USA Today 04 Aug 2017
Source of unbelievable story in bar taken the wrong way The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Jul 2017
"Pants on fire" sort USA Today 21 Jul 2017
Trust buster? New York Times 15 Jul 2017
Tale spinner The Washington Post 30 Jun 2017
Tale spinner LA Times Daily 30 Jun 2017
*No-good con man New York Times 15 Jun 2017
'You made that up!' Wall Street Journal 01 Jun 2017
Tall tale teller Family Time 22 May 2017
Pinocchio, at times USA Today 16 May 2017
Teller of untrue tales Family Time 15 May 2017
Fib distributor Universal 09 May 2017
One with his pants on fire? Family Time 09 Apr 2017
Whopper inventor LA Times Daily 01 Apr 2017
Whopper inventor The Washington Post 01 Apr 2017
Deceitful one Universal 30 Mar 2017
Accusatory retort The Washington Post 23 Mar 2017
Accusatory retort LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2017
Unbelievable one LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2017
Unbelievable one The Washington Post 12 Mar 2017
On return, trains to become make-up artist? The Times Cryptic 07 Mar 2017
Unreliable witness Universal 27 Feb 2017
Truth stretcher USA Today 27 Feb 2017
One not telling the truth Family Time 26 Feb 2017
Untrustworthy person Newsday 22 Feb 2017
Pinocchio, when making a point? Universal 20 Feb 2017
Defense attorney's challenge LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2017
Repeated word before 'pants on fire' New York Times 07 Feb 2017
Story teller? Family Time 05 Feb 2017
Mythomaniac Newsday 20 Jan 2017
One with a forked tongue, so to speak
Pinocchio, at times
Twister of the truth
"Pants on fire" person
Deceitful one
Fib distributor
One not to be believed
Perjurer
Pinocchio, when making a point?
Whopper inventor
Trust buster?
Repeated word before "pants on fire"
Fabulous speaker?
*No-good con man
Unbelievable one
Tale spinner
One might be convincing
"You made that up!"
"Pants on fire" sort
Fish-story teller
One with a forked tongue
Yarn spinner USA Today 19 Dec 2016
Pinocchio, infamously Universal 13 Dec 2016
Person not to be trusted Universal 20 Nov 2016
Tale twister USA Today 14 Nov 2016
Dishonest speaker Universal 08 Nov 2016
Teller of untruths The Times Concise 07 Nov 2016
Inventive sort Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2016
Pinocchio, at times Family Time 30 Oct 2016
Person to discount Newsday 28 Oct 2016
Fiction expert Wall Street Journal 26 Oct 2016
Fibbing type Premier Sunday 23 Oct 2016
Resume padder, e.g USA Today 09 Oct 2016
Teller of false tales Family Time 26 Sep 2016
The boy who cried wolf, essentially Family Time 04 Sep 2016
Political accusation New York Times 26 Aug 2016
Unreliable source The Washington Post 26 Aug 2016
Polygraph flunker, most likely USA Today 23 Aug 2016
Deceitful one Newsday 16 Aug 2016
Epithet often applied to politicians Wall Street Journal 09 Aug 2016
Untruthful person Newsday 25 Jul 2016
Story teller New York Times 08 Jul 2016
Awful reporter Universal 06 Jul 2016
Unbelievable sort? The Washington Post 02 Jul 2016
Put-down in an argument New York Times 16 Jun 2016
Pants-on-fire type USA Today 03 Jun 2016
Storyteller Newsday 03 Jun 2016
Bull artist Universal 30 May 2016
"I don't believe you!" USA Today 29 May 2016
Perjury perpetrator The Washington Post 24 May 2016
One to not believe Newsday 19 May 2016
Yarn inventor? USA Today 17 May 2016
Person not telling it like it is Family Time 16 May 2016
"Tell me the truth!" LA Times Daily 09 May 2016
One not to be believed Wall Street Journal 09 May 2016
His pants are on fire Family Time 02 May 2016
Person who frequently fails to tell the truth Family Time 01 May 2016
Whopper maker? LA Times Daily 12 Apr 2016
Teller of fibs Newsday 12 Apr 2016
Whopper server? New York Times 09 Apr 2016
Truth twister Universal 07 Apr 2016
Disbeliever's cry Wall Street Journal 26 Mar 2016
One not honoring an oath LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2016
Yarn source? The Washington Post 09 Mar 2016
Make-up artist? Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2016
Truth twister Family Time 29 Feb 2016
"Pants on fire" guy Family Time 15 Feb 2016
Deceitful person lifts up the bar The Sun Two Speed 14 Feb 2016
Big fibber The Sun Two Speed 14 Feb 2016
Whopper creator Universal 10 Feb 2016
Snake-oil salesman Universal 27 Jan 2016
One might be chronic Wall Street Journal 09 Jan 2016
Type who might say 'The dog ate my homework' New York Times 05 Jan 2016
Unreliable witness LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2016
Whopper creator
One might be chronic
Polygraph flunker, most likely
Resume padder, e.g.
Tale twister
Yarn inventor?
Unreliable witness
"Tell me the truth!"
"I don't believe you!"
Pants-on-fire type
Type who might say "The dog ate my homework"
Mythomaniac
Political accusation
Put-down in an argument
Story teller
Awful reporter
Bull artist
Dishonest speaker
Person not to be trusted
Snake-oil salesman
'Pants on fire' fellow The Washington Post 31 Dec 2015
Storyteller LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2015
Candidate for perjury USA Today 20 Nov 2015
Teller of fibs LA Times Daily 19 Oct 2015
Storyteller Eugene Sheffer 16 Oct 2015
One who may need an alibi LA Times Daily 15 Oct 2015
Prevaricator LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2015
Pinocchio, often Universal 07 Oct 2015
Word repeated before 'pants on fire!' New York Times 05 Oct 2015
One covering tracks, perhaps LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2015
Teller of stories LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2015
Falsifier Eugene Sheffer 24 Aug 2015
Produces fiction with same characters in 3 down Irish Times Crosaire 22 Aug 2015
Pinocchio, infamously USA Today 21 Aug 2015
Prevaricator Newsday 20 Aug 2015
No honest fellow, he USA Today 18 Aug 2015
Unreliable narrator New York Times 24 Jul 2015
Pinocchio, notably Eugene Sheffer 11 Jul 2015
Falsifier Newsday 01 Jul 2015
Unbelievable one USA Today 26 Jun 2015
Pinocchio, for one USA Today 11 Jun 2015
"Pants on Fire" fellow Family Time 08 Jun 2015
Common courtroom shout in whodunits Newsday 06 Jun 2015
Tall-tale teller Family Time 01 Jun 2015
Perjurer Newsday 24 May 2015
Bad witness Eugene Sheffer 11 May 2015
One failing a polygraph Universal 09 May 2015
Trust buster Newsday 09 May 2015
Untrustworthy sort Eugene Sheffer 27 Apr 2015
One may be compulsive LA Times Daily 25 Apr 2015
Auxiliary conceals and fabricates the truth Irish Times Crosaire 23 Apr 2015
Perjurer Eugene Sheffer 11 Apr 2015
One not to be believed USA Today 06 Apr 2015
Second-story man? Eugene Sheffer 04 Apr 2015
Prevaricator The Guardian Quick 28 Feb 2015
Taleteller Eugene Sheffer 03 Feb 2015
Worst possible witness USA Today 28 Jan 2015
Prevaricator
One failing a polygraph
Pinocchio, at times
Pinocchio, infamously
Pinocchio, often
Whopper creator
Three Dog Night song about a fibber?
Taking Back Sunday "___ (It Takes One to Know One)"
Sex Pistols song about Pinocchio?
Candidate for perjury
No honest fellow, he
One not to be believed
Pinocchio, for one
Pinocchio, infamously
Unbelievable one
Worst possible witness
Word repeated before "pants on fire!"
Unreliable narrator
Makeup artist?
Make-up artist?
One telling stories?
One covering tracks, perhaps
One may be compulsive
One who may need an alibi
Storyteller
Teller of fibs
Untruthful person
Untruthful one
Truth twister
Trust buster
Prevaricator
Perjurer
Falsifier
False witness
Common courtroom shout in whodunits
Teller of stories
Dropper of whoppers
Tall tale teller
Polygraph challenger
Storyteller?
One doing stretches?
Whopper teller
Rollins Band lead single off "Weight"
Rollins Band "'Cause I'm a ___!"
Truth fudger
Aretha lyric "You're a ___ and you're a cheat"
Untruthful one
One fibbing
Creator of fiction
Teller of falsehoods
One who fails a polygraph test
Makeup person?
"You're making this up!"
"You made that up!"
Teller of fabulous tales
Duplicitous sort
Baloney producer
Whopper maker
Perjurer
Whopper server?
Unreliable source
Person who tells big stories
Pants-on-fire guy
Very strong denial
Whopper teller
Truth stretcher
False fellow
Deceptive one
Courtroom outburst
"That's not true!"
Ananias, for one
Con artist, for one
Libeler, essentially
One may be habitual
One glib with a fib
Megadeth song about fibber?
Rollins Band hit
Unreliable witness
The boy who cried wolf, essentially
One with crossed fingers, perhaps
Make-up specialist?
His pants are on fire
Fibber
Baloney peddler
Author of fiction?
"Pants on fire" fellow
"I don't believe a word you say!"
Untrue Korn song?
Truth embellisher?
Storyteller
Polygraph flunker
Person not telling it like it is
One with pants on fire?
One to distrust
Falsifier of facts
Fabricator
Many a politician
See 56-Across
Charlatan, e.g.
Makeup artist?
One good at stretching?
One may be exposed during cross-examination
Tall tale teller
Storyteller
"You made that up!"
Inventive sort?
Pinocchio, famously
Inventive type?
Taletelling type
Truth twister
Yarn spinner
One doing spinning
Mythomaniac
Makeup artist?
One may be exposed during cross-examination
Tall tale teller
Emphatic denial
One who's incredible
Interrogee, often
"That is so not true!"
Pinocchio, periodically
Untrustworthy sort
Pinocchio, notably
One who breaks a court oath
One with fiery pants, proverbially
"You know that it would be untrue, you know that I would be a ___"
Polygraph challenger
Untrustworthy person
"Pants on fire" person
Alibi provider, sometimes
Whopper producer
One to whom you might say, "I doubt that"
One who embroiders to excess
One writing a lot of fiction?
Tall-tale teller
Yarn spinner
Tall-tale teller
Tale spinner
Pinocchio, at times
One writing a lot of fiction?
One who embroiders to excess
One to whom you might say, "I doubt that"
One may be habitual
False witness
Alibi provider, sometimes
109-Across creator
Creative sort
Unreliable source
Untrustworthy type
When doubled, a Jim Carrey film
Polygraph dodger
"Pants on fire" person
"Pants on fire" fellow
One who serves up whoppers
"Pants on fire" fellow
When repeated, a hit 1997 movie
Detector's quarry
Prevaricator
Unbelievable person?
Ananias
"A ___ should have a good memory": Quintilian
Make-up person?
"Pants on fire" person
Deceitful one
Pinocchio, at times
Perjuring witness
One with his pants on fire?
One not telling the truth
Untrustworthy one
Long-nosed Pinocchio, e.g.
Inventive sort
When doubled, a 1997 Jim Carrey movie
Many an interrogee
He's unbelievable
Yarn source?
Whopper creator
Dramatic courtroom accusation
Fibber
Yarn source?
Whopper creator
"Pants on fire" guy
"That's not true!"
One not to be trusted
Teller of tales
Untruth teller
One guilty of pseudologia
When doubled, cry before "pants on fire"
Fabricator
Fiction devotee?
Unbelievable person?
Truth stretcher
Polygraph victim
Baloney peddler
Baloney manufacturer?
"You made that up!"
"I don't believe you!"
Person who cooks something up
Unbelievable person?
One whose word isn't golden
Untruthful one
Makeup artist?
Pinocchio, with a long nose
Teller of tales
The boy who cried wolf, essentially
Teller of falsehoods
Pinocchio, during a growth spurt?
Falsehood teller
Pinocchio, famously
Tale-weaver
Stereotypical debate outburst
Applesauce manufacturer?
Fabricator
Embroidery expert
Whopper weaver
Dishonest one
Baloney peddler
Baloney manufacturer?
Fibbing type
Falsehood teller
He'd have you swallow a whopper
Misleading person
Perjury perpetrator
Unreliable gossip
Untrustworthy one
Fiction expert
One with "pants on fire"
Story teller?
Storyteller
Truth stretcher
Whopper maker?
Polygraph flunker, probably
Baloney producer
Cry from the wrongly accused
Expert in fabrication
Story source
Repeated, it's a Carrey flick
Truth twister
Inventive sort?
One with burning pants?
Pinocchio, notably
Whopper maker?
Trust buster?
Perjury practitioner
Story creator
Overly inventive one
One who's not upright
Fabricator
Accusative shout
"Pants-on-fire" guy
Fibber
"That's bull!"
The boy who cried wolf, e.g.
One who prevaricates
Ananias, for one
Barack Obama, according to Joe Wilson
Pseudologist
Truth twister
Polygraph flunker, probably
Word repeated in a child's taunt
Half a Jim Carrey movie
Whopper producer
One who's not straight
Disorderly courtroom outburst
"Pants on fire" person
One who serves up whoppers
Inventive sort?
One with burning pants?
Perjurer
Pinocchio, notably
Prevaricator
Teller of fibs
Deceitful person
"That's not so!"
Fact-fudger
Fact fudger
Definitely not a reliable source
Yarn spinner
Polygraph target
Polygraph victim
Polygraph flunker
Pinocchio, at times
Impeachable source?
Courtroom drama shout
Prevaricator
Whopper manufacturer
Deceptive type
Courtroom outburst
"Pants on fire" guy
Fiction expert
Either of two guests on "To Tell the Truth"
Mudslinger, maybe
Makeup artist?
"You're making this up!"
Epithet that's an anagram of 60-Down
Mudslinger, maybe
Pinocchio, famously
Pinocchio, famously
Tall tale teller
When repeated, 1997 Jim Carrey film
One who speaks with a forked tongue
Oath betrayer
Fabricator
Unbelievable person?
Expert in fabrication
Comeback to an accusation
Whopper creator
One might be pathological
False witness
"You're making this up!"
Undependable person
Tall-tale teller
Storyteller
Fish-story teller
Fib teller
Fact fudger
Untruthful one
One who commits perjury
Polygraph flunker
Repeated shout before "pants on fire"
Bad witness
False witness
Fish story teller
One who tells it like it isn't
Pinocchio, famously
Pseudologue
Tall tale teller
Teller of stories
Word repeated in a child's taunt
Yarn producer?
Fibster
Tale spinner
Fiction enthusiast?
Make-up artist?
Mythomaniac
Pinocchio type
Pinocchio, memorably
Unreliable gossip
Unreliable witness
"Billy ___" (Waterhouse book)
False witness
Mendacious one
One who is not straight
One with no capacity for veracity
Stranger to truth
Tall tale teller
Fudge maker?
Makeup artist?
Yarn spinner
Teller of tales
Bunk teller?
Half a Jim Carrey title
One whose pants are on fire?
Yarn spinner
One with flaming pants?
Tale twister
Half a Jim Carrey title
One whose pants are on fire?
Yarn spinner
Court outburst
Polygraph victim
Untrustworthy one
Unreliable witness, e.g.
One with hot pants?
One with no capacity for veracity
___ paradox (logic class subject)
Perjury perpetrator
Candidate for perjury
One doing stretches?
Makeup person?
Misinformant
One might be chronic
Super duper?
Unreliable source
Pinocchio, notoriously
Pants-on-fire chap
One not to be trusted
Misinformant
Ananias, famously
Truth stretcher
False tale teller
Fact fudger
Disbeliever's cry
Fibber
Person who's not straight
When repeated, start of a child's taunt
One with flaming pants?
Fibber
Fabricator
Deceitful one
Deceitful one
Fabricator
One with flaming pants?
Courtroom outburst
Perjurer
Unreliable witness
Yarn spinner
Tale twister
Super duper?
Whopper producer?
Prevaricator
Pinocchio, at times
Perjurer
Pants on fire person
Fact-fudger
Fabulist
Fabricator
Whopper teller
Tale teller
Tale spinner
Prevaricator
Fibber
Dynamo part
Pinocchio type
One might be chronic
Detector target
Perjurer
Bald-faced one, perhaps
Baloney peddler
Cry in a mudslinging contest
Fudge maker?
Polygraph flunker
Great pretender
Inventor, of a sort
Untruth teller
Polygraph flunker, maybe
Tall tale teller
Ananias, e.g.
When repeated, a Carrey comedy
When repeated, a 1997 Jim Carrey comedy
Ananias
Accusatory shout
Fibber
Pants-on-fire guy
False witness
Pinocchio, at times
Prevaricator
Pinocchio, before learning his lesson
Spinner of yarns
With 58-Across, it arises from consideration of the sentence "This statement is false"
Ananias, for one
Fabulist
False witness
Make-up artist?
Perjury committer
Storyteller
Deceitful sort
Detector target
Make-up specialist
Teller of stories
Perjuring witness
With 58-Across, it arises from consideration of the sentence "This statement is false"
Pants-on-fire guy
Whopper manufacturer
Leg-puller
Makeup artist?
Moonshine maker
Perjurer
Barefaced one
Storyteller
Fact twister
Fibber
He's not to be believed
Spinner of yarns
Iago, e.g.
Iago, notably
Pinocchio, before learning his lesson
Barefaced one
Dishonest sort
Pinocchio, at times
Pseudologist
Tale teller
Untrustworthy sort
Pinocchio, during a growth spurt?
Tale twister
Ananias, for one
Pinocchio, when experiencing a growth spurt?
One with a forked tongue
Pinocchio, e.g.
Teller of tall tales
Story teller
One with pants afire?
One with no capacity for veracity
Con artist, at times
Skeptic's accusation
One might be pathological
Deceitful sort
Title role for Jim Carrey
Whopper server?
Worst possible witness
Inventive sort?
When doubled, a Jim Carrey film
Skeptic's accusation
One might be pathological
Deceitful sort
Half a Jim Carrey movie title
Falsifier
Storyteller
One who fails a polygraph test
Double-dealer
Super duper?
When doubled, a Jim Carrey film
Inventive fellow
Yarn spinner
Whopper creator
Used-car salesman, perhaps
Ananias, e.g.
Baloney producer
Fiction teller
Make-up artist?
One might be chronic
Pinocchio, for one
Half a Carrey title
Joe Isuzu, e.g.
A Carrey persona
Teller of tall tales
Not exactly a reliable source
Make-up artist?
Bad witness
Pinocchio was one
Unreliable witness
Bull artist
"Pants on fire" person
Unreliable witness
Teller of tall tales
Not exactly a reliable source
"Pants on fire" guy
Court outburst
One who serves up whoppers
Teller of tall tales
Untrustworthy sort
Make-up artist?
Bad witness
Yarn spinner
Untrustworthy one
One who doesn't pass a certain test
He lays it on thick
Fibster
B.S. artist
Spinner of yarns
Fable creator
Bull artist
Pinocchio, e.g.
Deceitful one
"Billy ___": 1963 film
Worst kind of witness
Pinocchio, notoriously
Pants-on-fire guy
Not one to believe
Con artist, essentially
Storyteller
Comeback to an accusation
"Big Fat _____" (2002 film)
When repeated a Jim Carrey movie
When repeated a Jim Carrey movie
Libeler, almost by definition
Ananias
Bluffer
He speaks with forked tongue
He can't be trusted
One might be chronic
Deceptive type
A Carrey persona
Teller of tall tales
Makeup person?
Pinocchio, for one
One whose pants are on fire
Mendacious one
Fabulist
Bluffer
"Pants on fire" fellow
Pinocchio or Ananias
Fiction enthusiast?
Expert in fabrication
Pseudologist
Fictioneer
Ananias, e.g.
Pants-on-fire guy
Fibster
Jim Carey film role
Perjurer
Polygraph failer
1997 Jim Carrey persona
Storyteller?
Tale teller
Prevaricator
Make-up artist?
Mythomaniac
Story teller perhaps
Fabulist
Part of a Carrey title
His pants aren't really on fire
Perjurer
Pseudologist
Storyteller
Long-nosed Pinocchio, e.g.
Make-up artist?
One with crossed fingers, perhaps
Unreliable source
When doubled, a Jim Carrey film
Make-up artist?
Schoolyard putdown
One with pants aflame?
Unreliable inventor
Truth bender
Half a Jim Carrey film
Schoolyard taunt
Super duper?
When repeated, a 1997 Jim Carrey movie
One with pants on fire?
Mythomaniac
Pants-on-fire type
Dissembler
Mythomaniac
Habitual ___
Fibber
Ananias
Deceiver
Perjurer
Ananias e.g.
Unbelievable one
Pinocchio-type
Makeup artist?
"That's not true!"
Falsifer
Fable creator
Ananias for one
Forked-tongue speaker
Pinocchio, for a time
The boy who cried wolf, e.g.
Whopper creator
Snake-oil salesman
Pinocchio, often
Yarn maker
When repeated, a 1997 Jim Carrey comedy
Unbelievable one
He's glib with a fib
When doubled, a Jim Carrey movie
Pinocchio e.g.
Polygraph flunker
Half of a Jim Carrey flick?
Teller of fish stories
Ananias <P>e.g.
Fabulist
Detector target
Fish story teller
Word before "pants on fire"
His pants are on fire
Jim Carrey, in a 1997 movie
Mudslinger's charge
Makeup artist
Bull tosser?
Teller of tales
Disinformant
Ananias
Tale teller
Pinocchio at first
Baron Munchausen e.g.
Tergiversator
Whopper server
Prevaricator
Polygraph failer
False fellow
Ananias
"Billy _____" (Keith Waterhouse satire)
Pinocchio at times
Like Ananias
Munchhausen, for one
Pre-rehab Pinocchio
One given to stretchers
Pseudomaniac
Ananias, e.g.
Dissembler
Mendacious person
Tale twister
Taradiddler
Truth stretcher
Taleteller
Baron Munchausen, e.g.
Munchausen, e.g.
Deceiver
Ananias, for one
Rail in reverse
Truth twister
Joe Isuzu, for one
Falsifier
Ananais
Mendacious one
Matilda or Ananias
Equivocator
Speaker with forked tongue
Sapphira or Ananias
Kind of dice
Untrustworthy one
___ dice
"Billy ___," 1963 film
___ dice (bluffer's game)
Pinocchio, e.g.
"Billy ___": Courtenay film
Storyteller of a sort
Fabulizer
One guilty of perjury
Fraud
Facts bender
False witness
Twister of the truth
Iago was one
One given to tergiversation
Calumniator, for one
Unreliable one
His tales are tall
One to distrust
Iago, for one
Story-teller
Truth evader
Untruthful one
Tale-teller
Canard-spreader
Truth-stretcher
Misleading one
One who fibs
Con man
Defendant's shout at times
Perjuring one
Contemptible one
Angler, sometimes
Fallacious one
One beyond belief
Tall-tale teller
Deceitful one
Epithet used in politics
Double-talker
Misrepresenter.
Fabulist.
Political epithet.
Storyteller.
Unreliable one.
Double-talker.
Ananias.
Equivocator.
Campaign epithet.
Double-tongued one.
Iago's cousin.
Tale teller.
Two-faced one.
Double-dealer.
Dissembler.
Iago, for one.
Deceiver.
Perjuror.
Teller of tales.
False witness.
Perjurer.
Story-teller.
Author of a 16 Across.
Mendacious one.
Prevaricator.
Storyteller of a sort.
Tall tale teller.
Glib deceiver.
Hypocrite's cousin.
Hypocrite.
Blifil, for one.
Sapphira, for instance.
Specialist in double-talk.
Falsifier.
Fabricator.
Misleader.
One not to be trusted.
Misinformer.
Mendacious man.
Janus-faced one.
Unreliable person.
Pinocchio, at times.
Untruther.
Fibber.
Untrustworthy one.
Cousin of a dissembler.
Master of subterfuge.
Pseudologist.
"Short and ugly" word.
Fisherman, traditionally.
Truth-stretcher.
Munchausen, for instance.
Baron Munchausen.
Truth twister.
Teller of tall tales.
Short and ugly word.
Ananias or Sapphira.
Tall story man
Spinner of tall tales.
Tall-tale teller.
Teller of fish stories.
Follower of Ananias.
False propagandist.
Member of the Ananias club.
Iago, for instance.
What Tom Pepper was.
Bible synonym for Satan.
Tarradiddler.
Someone touching their face or avoiding eye contact, probably
Fiction seller
Crock maker
Bald-faced person?
Snow man?
Phony
Perjurer
One who flaunts his B.S.
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