Word "LIE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
assume a reclining position
Synonyms:
lie down
Examples:
lie down on the bed until you feel better

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
originate (in)
Synonyms:
consist, dwell, lie in

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth
Synonyms:
prevarication

Crossword Clues for LIE

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Clue Source Date
Bit of mendacity New York Times 25 Jun 2022
What mythomaniacs do a lot Universal 23 Jun 2022
Be situated Newsday 17 Jun 2022
Two truths and a ___ USA Today 16 Jun 2022
State fiction as fact New York Times 12 Jun 2022
17-Across an untruth Family Time 12 Jun 2022
"I never saw your text," perhaps Universal 10 Jun 2022
'Hips Don't __': Shakira hit The Washington Post 08 Jun 2022
Golf variable New York Times 08 Jun 2022
"Hips Don't __": Shakira hit LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2022
Untruth LA Times Daily 25 May 2022
Story impossible to prove Family Time 23 May 2022
Fish story Eugene Sheffer 19 May 2022
Falsehood The Telegraph Quick 19 May 2022
Falsehood Canadiana 16 May 2022
Untruth The Telegraph Quick 12 May 2022
Stretch the truth Universal 05 May 2022
Assume a horizontal position Irish Times Simplex 05 May 2022
Untruth Wall Street Journal 03 May 2022
Untruth USA Today 01 May 2022
False statement Universal 01 May 2022
Use deceit Thomas Joseph 28 Apr 2022
Recline Eugene Sheffer 27 Apr 2022
Fish story Eugene Sheffer 18 Apr 2022
Falsehood USA Today 16 Apr 2022
Prevarication Premier Sunday 10 Apr 2022
Fudge the facts Universal 10 Apr 2022
Two truths and a ___ USA Today 09 Apr 2022
Fib Universal 09 Apr 2022
Tell tales Thomas Joseph 06 Apr 2022
Fib Eugene Sheffer 05 Apr 2022
Untruth The Times Concise 29 Mar 2022
False story Premier Sunday 27 Mar 2022
Tell untruths Irish Times Simplex 25 Mar 2022
Risk a perjury charge Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2022
Rest LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2022
Rest The Washington Post 18 Mar 2022
Falsehood The Washington Post 15 Mar 2022
Falsehood LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2022
Give a ridiculous alibi Family Time 14 Mar 2022
Deception Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2022
Recline Eugene Sheffer 08 Mar 2022
Falsehood largely inaccurate, erroneous, first of all The Times Cryptic 24 Feb 2022
Tell untruths and assume a horizontal position Irish Times Simplex 23 Feb 2022
Speak like a rug? LA Times Daily 20 Feb 2022
Speak like a rug? The Washington Post 20 Feb 2022
Fib USA Today 18 Feb 2022
Tell a whopper Universal 16 Feb 2022
Untruth Thomas Joseph 15 Feb 2022
Falsehood USA Today 08 Feb 2022
"It's not a ___ if you believe it" (George Costanza) Universal 07 Feb 2022
Fib Eugene Sheffer 07 Feb 2022
Tell it like it ain't Newsday 04 Feb 2022
Fib Eugene Sheffer 03 Feb 2022
French article containing one thing not true The Times Cryptic 01 Feb 2022
Be untruthful USA Today 29 Jan 2022
Fail to be straight LA Times Daily 28 Jan 2022
Fail to be straight The Washington Post 28 Jan 2022
Two Truths and a ___ USA Today 25 Jan 2022
Untruth USA Today 23 Jan 2022
Invent a 62 Across, say The Washington Post Sunday 23 Jan 2022
Fib Eugene Sheffer 21 Jan 2022
Untruth Universal 13 Jan 2022
Tricky thing to get caught in New York Times 11 Jan 2022
“Thanks, it’s just what I’ve always wanted,” often New York Times 05 Jan 2022
Tell tales Thomas Joseph 05 Jan 2022
Be dishonest USA Today 04 Jan 2022
Untruth The Times Concise 23 Dec 2021
What’s regularly claimed to be buried in a particular place The Times Cryptic 20 Dec 2021
Tell tales, maybe LA Times Daily 17 Dec 2021
Policy to omit name in story The Times Cryptic 10 Dec 2021
Porky Pig naked in 'Looney Tune' with censored content The Telegraph Toughie 10 Dec 2021
What your story about winning Olympic gold is Family Time 06 Dec 2021
Tell tales Thomas Joseph 30 Nov 2021
Tell a whopper USA Today 30 Nov 2021
Fiction Thomas Joseph 24 Nov 2021
Golf position Thomas Joseph 20 Nov 2021
Bit of baloney New York Times 18 Nov 2021
Recline Eugene Sheffer 15 Nov 2021
Tell untruths Premier Sunday 14 Nov 2021
Concoction Wall Street Journal 11 Nov 2021
Tell tales Thomas Joseph 11 Nov 2021
Tell whoppers Thomas Joseph 01 Nov 2021
Made-up excuse Family Time 31 Oct 2021
Spread falsehoods USA Today 28 Oct 2021
Be untruthful Newsday 26 Oct 2021
Relax, maybe LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2021
Fib USA Today 19 Oct 2021
Untruth The Telegraph Quick 18 Oct 2021
Two Truths and a ___ USA Today 17 Oct 2021
Falsehood Newsday 13 Oct 2021
Fail a polygraph test LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2021
Fail a polygraph test The Washington Post 11 Oct 2021
Serve up a whopper New York Times 04 Oct 2021
Whopper Universal 28 Sep 2021
Place up in Marseilles Irish Times Crosaire 25 Sep 2021
False story Newsday 22 Sep 2021
Whopper The Washington Post 22 Sep 2021
Whopper LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2021
Make a tale taller Family Time 20 Sep 2021
Be situated Newsday 19 Sep 2021
Fudge the facts Universal 18 Sep 2021
Tell an untruth Newsday 14 Sep 2021
Fraudulent account The Washington Post Sunday 12 Sep 2021
'I was stuck in traffic,' maybe New York Times 02 Sep 2021
False account Newsday 02 Sep 2021
Tell a tall tale LA Times Daily 23 Aug 2021
Tell a tall tale The Washington Post 23 Aug 2021
Don't believe it! New York Times 22 Aug 2021
Tell a fib USA Today 18 Aug 2021
Fib Eugene Sheffer 17 Aug 2021
Golfer's concern Canadiana 16 Aug 2021
Whopper served up in Marseilles Irish Times Crosaire 14 Aug 2021
Tell false tales Newsday 11 Aug 2021
Untruth The Telegraph Quick 11 Aug 2021
Deceitful statement Universal 09 Aug 2021
Overstretch yourself Newsday 07 Aug 2021
Make it all up Newsday 05 Aug 2021
'I promise I won't laugh,' often New York Times 01 Aug 2021
Remain prone Newsday 22 Jul 2021
Be untruthful USA Today 20 Jul 2021
Fib Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2021
Tell tales Thomas Joseph 12 Jul 2021
Golf ball position The Washington Post 12 Jul 2021
Golf ball position LA Times Daily 12 Jul 2021
Golf ball's position Universal 11 Jul 2021
Not tell the truth USA Today 11 Jul 2021
Fib Eugene Sheffer 08 Jul 2021
Fib Canadiana 05 Jul 2021
Be full of it USA Today 03 Jul 2021
Make it all up Newsday 01 Jul 2021
Violate a court oath Universal 29 Jun 2021
More than a stretch The Washington Post 12 Jun 2021
Avoid the truth Wall Street Journal 12 Jun 2021
More than a stretch LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2021
Untruth The Times Concise 07 Jun 2021
Be untruthful Newsday 07 Jun 2021
Palter New York Times 05 Jun 2021
Two truths and a ___ Universal 25 May 2021
False account Newsday 23 May 2021
Stand; fiction The Telegraph Quick 21 May 2021
Make stuff up USA Today 21 May 2021
Not be truthful Family Time 16 May 2021
Falsehood Irish Times Simplex 11 May 2021
Untruth The Telegraph Quick 10 May 2021
Concocted story Wall Street Journal 08 May 2021
Trust buster Newsday 06 May 2021
Tell the truth? Not quite Family Time 03 May 2021
Tell whoppers Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2021
Rest LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2021
Rest The Washington Post 23 Apr 2021
Be inventive, perhaps Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2021
Porky The Telegraph Quick 17 Apr 2021
U-turn from "truth" Family Time 12 Apr 2021
Tell a fib Newsday 12 Apr 2021
Falsehood The Telegraph Quick 12 Apr 2021
Falsehood Premier Sunday 04 Apr 2021
Falsehood Newsday 29 Mar 2021
Fib Eugene Sheffer 22 Mar 2021
U-turn from truth Family Time 22 Mar 2021
Create an account? New York Times 21 Mar 2021
Bit of fiction Wall Street Journal 20 Mar 2021
Whopper Thomas Joseph 08 Mar 2021
"Let sleeping dogs ___" Universal 04 Mar 2021
A white one might be excused New York Times 03 Mar 2021
Spread falsehoods USA Today 02 Mar 2021
Avoid the truth Thomas Joseph 02 Mar 2021
U-turn from "be honest" Family Time 28 Feb 2021
Thing in some packs Newsday 27 Feb 2021
Be untruthful USA Today 27 Feb 2021
Golf position Wall Street Journal 17 Feb 2021
Tell a false story Family Time 15 Feb 2021
Falsehood Canadiana 15 Feb 2021
Tell a fib USA Today 13 Feb 2021
'No ___!' New York Times 12 Feb 2021
False story Newsday 05 Feb 2021
Tell tales Thomas Joseph 03 Feb 2021
No-no on the stand Universal 26 Jan 2021
Tell it like it isn't The Washington Post 18 Jan 2021
Tell it like it isn't LA Times Daily 18 Jan 2021
Twist the facts Newsday 17 Jan 2021
Tell a whopper Universal 12 Jan 2021
Recline Premier Sunday 10 Jan 2021
Tell a whopper Family Time 03 Jan 2021
Whopper Universal 30 Dec 2020
Result of not telling the truth Family Time 27 Dec 2020
Fiction Thomas Joseph 26 Dec 2020
Take a risk when taking a polygraph test New York Times 22 Dec 2020
Fib The Telegraph Quick 22 Dec 2020
Fabricator's product? The Washington Post Sunday 20 Dec 2020
Fairway position Newsday 17 Dec 2020
Falsehood detected in belief The Sun Two Speed 11 Dec 2020
Untruth The Sun Two Speed 11 Dec 2020
Fail to be truthful Family Time 07 Dec 2020
Recline USA Today 28 Nov 2020
'Not gonna ___' New York Times 28 Nov 2020
Emulate Pinocchio USA Today 27 Nov 2020
Golfer's concern The Washington Post 22 Nov 2020
Golfer's concern LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2020
Unlikely story, likely Newsday 20 Nov 2020
Fish story Eugene Sheffer 19 Nov 2020
Depart from the facts Newsday 12 Nov 2020
Emulate many a politician The Washington Post Sunday 08 Nov 2020
More than stretch the truth USA Today 04 Nov 2020
Untruth USA Today 02 Nov 2020
Do the corpse pose Universal 29 Oct 2020
'Nothing fools you better than the ___ you tell yourself': Teller New York Times 27 Oct 2020
Tell the truth? No Family Time 26 Oct 2020
Porky The Times Concise 25 Oct 2020
Get into a prone position Family Time 25 Oct 2020
'Of course I remember you!,' often New York Times 25 Oct 2020
'We ___ loudest when we ___ to ourselves': Eric Hoffer New York Times 21 Oct 2020
Fish story The Washington Post 14 Oct 2020
Fish story LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2020
Be situated The Times Concise 11 Oct 2020
Commit perjury Universal 07 Oct 2020
Don’t believe it Wall Street Journal 06 Oct 2020
U-turn from the truth Family Time 05 Oct 2020
Let sleeping dogs ___ USA Today 03 Oct 2020
'I'll be there in five minutes,' often New York Times 24 Sep 2020
Recline Eugene Sheffer 23 Sep 2020
Be a fibber Family Time 20 Sep 2020
Golf position Thomas Joseph 10 Sep 2020
Whopper, so to speak Canadiana 07 Sep 2020
Dealers do this New York Times 06 Sep 2020
False statement Newsday 02 Sep 2020
Produce pork pies? The Sun Two Speed 27 Aug 2020
Tell a whopper Newsday 12 Aug 2020
Don't believe it! New York Times 12 Aug 2020
Tell whoppers Thomas Joseph 10 Aug 2020
Recline Universal 07 Aug 2020
Tell a tall tale USA Today 04 Aug 2020
Falsehood LA Times Daily 28 Jul 2020
Falsehood The Washington Post 28 Jul 2020
Fairway position LA Times Daily 27 Jul 2020
Fairway position The Washington Post 27 Jul 2020
Fabricated statement USA Today 25 Jul 2020
'Where's the ___?' Jonesin 14 Jul 2020
Stay in bed, say The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jul 2020
Be dishonest USA Today 02 Jul 2020
Tell a horrible fib Family Time 28 Jun 2020
Prevarication Premier Sunday 28 Jun 2020
Golf ball position The Washington Post 23 Jun 2020
Golf ball position LA Times Daily 23 Jun 2020
Inveracity Newsday 19 Jun 2020
Be prone Wall Street Journal 18 Jun 2020
Tell whoppers New York Times 15 Jun 2020
Sprawl Jonesin 09 Jun 2020
Debunked claim The Washington Post Sunday 07 Jun 2020
Big fib New York Times 02 Jun 2020
Fictitious account Newsday 29 May 2020
Detector's finding Family Time 25 May 2020
Fish story, so to speak LA Times Daily 25 May 2020
Fish story, so to speak The Washington Post 25 May 2020
Tall tale Thomas Joseph 22 May 2020
Commit perjury The Telegraph Quick 15 May 2020
Golfer's consideration New York Times 15 May 2020
Whopper Newsday 14 May 2020
Shakira's 'Hips Don't __' The Washington Post 07 May 2020
Shakira's "Hips Don't __" LA Times Daily 07 May 2020
Whopper, e.g Thomas Joseph 30 Apr 2020
Be situated Newsday 23 Apr 2020
Sign of a credibility gap The Washington Post Sunday 12 Apr 2020
Piece of fiction Wall Street Journal 08 Apr 2020
UN Secretary, once Canadiana 06 Apr 2020
Whopper of a tale Newsday 29 Mar 2020
Course concern Wall Street Journal 12 Mar 2020
Harmful invention? Universal 10 Mar 2020
"I didn't cheat," perhaps Universal 09 Mar 2020
Fish story Newsday 26 Feb 2020
Deceptive account The Washington Post Sunday 23 Feb 2020
Be situated in Montpelier The Sun Two Speed 05 Feb 2020
Falsehood The Sun Two Speed 05 Feb 2020
Fabrication The Washington Post 26 Dec 2019
Fabrication LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2019
Fabrication The Telegraph Quick 25 Dec 2019
Falsehood New York Times 23 Dec 2019
Falsehood
'Somebody told a ___ one day . . .' (MLK) USA Today 18 Dec 2019
Fib The Times Concise 17 Dec 2019
Bit of deception Universal 15 Dec 2019
Prevaricate Premier Sunday 08 Dec 2019
Fabrication Wall Street Journal 03 Dec 2019
Piece of fiction New York Times 03 Dec 2019
Fib Universal 03 Dec 2019
Piece of fiction
What not to do at a witness stand Universal 24 Nov 2019
Bit of perjury The Washington Post 17 Nov 2019
Bit of perjury LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2019
Bend the truth Canadiana 11 Nov 2019
Fudge the facts Universal 11 Nov 2019
Factor in club selection The Washington Post 09 Nov 2019
Factor in club selection LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2019
52 to Caesar Canadiana 04 Nov 2019
Whopper
Prevarication The New Yorker 28 Oct 2019
Repose Premier Sunday 27 Oct 2019
Whopper served up in Marseilles Irish Times Crosaire 26 Oct 2019
Tell tall tales LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2019
Tell tall tales The Washington Post 22 Oct 2019
Prevaricate The Washington Post Sunday 20 Oct 2019
Golfer's concern New York Times 16 Oct 2019
___ like a rug Universal 08 Oct 2019
Make up a story, maybe The Washington Post 06 Oct 2019
Make up a story, maybe LA Times Daily 06 Oct 2019
Something fabulous New York Times 04 Oct 2019
Inventive account Wall Street Journal 02 Oct 2019
Report fake news, say USA Today 29 Sep 2019
Bad thing to do on a resume Universal 28 Sep 2019
Verb commonly confused with "lay" Universal 27 Sep 2019
Many an alibi New York Times 22 Sep 2019
Polygraph detection Wall Street Journal 17 Sep 2019
Golfer's concern
Polygraph finding USA Today 13 Sep 2019
Be deceitful Newsday 11 Sep 2019
Two Truths and a ___ Universal 10 Sep 2019
Make up a cover story, say New York Times 02 Sep 2019
Avoid honesty Wall Street Journal 28 Aug 2019
What sleeping dogs do Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2019
Course position Wall Street Journal 17 Aug 2019
Fabrication Newsday 03 Aug 2019
Concoction New York Times 01 Aug 2019
Let sleeping dogs ___ Universal 29 Jul 2019
Very tall tale Newsday 28 Jul 2019
Fictional statement Universal 24 Jul 2019
Tell a whopper USA Today 24 Jul 2019
Prevaricate Canadiana 22 Jul 2019
'Alternative fact' USA Today 15 Jul 2019
Untruth Canadiana 15 Jul 2019
Witness stand taboo USA Today 09 Jul 2019
Dispense with honesty USA Today 28 Jun 2019
Links position USA Today 17 Jun 2019
Engage in mythomania The Washington Post Sunday 16 Jun 2019
Fabrication Universal 14 Jun 2019
Deception Universal 09 Jun 2019
It's not true LA Times Daily 28 May 2019
It's not true The Washington Post 28 May 2019
Made-up story New York Times 20 May 2019
Type of detector Family Time 19 May 2019
More-than-stretchy statement LA Times Daily 19 May 2019
More-than-stretchy statement The Washington Post 19 May 2019
Deceitful words USA Today 15 May 2019
Untruth Universal 14 May 2019
Tell tales Wall Street Journal 08 May 2019
Commit perjury The Washington Post 29 Apr 2019
Pinocchio's undoing New York Times 29 Apr 2019
Commit perjury LA Times Daily 29 Apr 2019
Factor in golf club selection The Washington Post 27 Apr 2019
Factor in golf club selection LA Times Daily 27 Apr 2019
___ detector Universal 09 Apr 2019
Be prone New York Times 07 Apr 2019
Mistruth The Telegraph Quick 21 Mar 2019
Twist the truth Newsday 10 Mar 2019
Risk a perjury rap USA Today 28 Feb 2019
Tell it like it isn't USA Today 20 Feb 2019
Recline New York Times 19 Feb 2019
Enjoy a dog bed Universal 15 Feb 2019
Use deceit Thomas Joseph 01 Feb 2019
Untruth LA Times Daily 27 Jan 2019
Untruth The Washington Post 27 Jan 2019
What Huck Finn called a ''stretcher'' Newsday 20 Jan 2019
Engage in a cover-up, perhaps USA Today 05 Jan 2019
Falsification Newsday 03 Jan 2019
Deceitful words
Enjoy a dog bed
Polygraph detection
Report fake news, say
Factor in golf club selection
Fictional statement
Course position
Two Truths and a ___
Inventive account
Commit perjury
Avoid honesty
Links position
Fib
Tell a whopper
Engage in a cover-up, perhaps
___ like a rug
Verb commonly confused with "lay"
"Alternative fact"
Pinocchio's undoing
Tell tales
Perjure oneself
Untruth
Let sleeping dogs ___
Risk a perjury rap
Witness stand taboo
Tell it like it isn't
Be prone
Made-up story
Many an alibi
Something fabulous
Deception
Make up a cover story, say
Fabrication
Factor in club selection
Polygraph finding
Dispense with honesty
Untruth
Fabrication
What sleeping dogs do
Tell tall tales
Bad thing to do on a resume
Recline
Concoction
More-than-stretchy statement
It's not true
___ detector
Make up a story, maybe
An untruth Family Time 30 Dec 2018
Fudge the facts USA Today 29 Dec 2018
Tell untruths Newsday 18 Dec 2018
Many an alibi USA Today 13 Dec 2018
Tell fibs Newsday 10 Dec 2018
Whopper (but not the Burger King kind) New York Times 10 Dec 2018
Bit of baloney USA Today 08 Dec 2018
Be prone Universal 06 Dec 2018
Tell 50-Down USA Today 24 Nov 2018
Make up stuff Jonesin 20 Nov 2018
Get prone Family Time 19 Nov 2018
Position at the Masters USA Today 15 Nov 2018
Get prone Universal 09 Nov 2018
'Let sleeping dogs ___' The Chronicle of Higher Education 02 Nov 2018
Be horizontal New York Times 31 Oct 2018
Be situated in Beaulieu The Sun Two Speed 28 Oct 2018
That can't be right New York Times 26 Oct 2018
Speak with forked tongue USA Today 20 Oct 2018
Factor in club selection USA Today 16 Oct 2018
Untruth Family Time 15 Oct 2018
Say incredible things? USA Today 12 Oct 2018
Rough position Wall Street Journal 11 Oct 2018
Truth decay unit? Universal 30 Sep 2018
Wingless insects finding pork pie The Sun Two Speed 28 Sep 2018
Make stuff up Newsday 27 Sep 2018
Falsity New York Times 23 Sep 2018
Witness-stand taboo USA Today 11 Sep 2018
Call a spade a diamond Newsday 06 Sep 2018
Fabricated story Wall Street Journal 04 Sep 2018
It can be white or boldfaced New York Times 03 Sep 2018
Falsification Premier Sunday 02 Sep 2018
Some colliers are dishonest The Sun Two Speed 02 Sep 2018
Perjure oneself Jonesin 28 Aug 2018
Untruth Newsday 28 Aug 2018
Club-selection factor USA Today 19 Aug 2018
Fib Family Time 12 Aug 2018
Fabrication New York Times 12 Aug 2018
Load of bunk USA Today 10 Aug 2018
Fiction Wall Street Journal 09 Aug 2018
Be verbally dishonest Family Time 23 Jul 2018
'You ___!' ('That's not true!') The Washington Post Sunday 22 Jul 2018
Utter a fib Premier Sunday 22 Jul 2018
'This is not the last clue in this puzzle,' e.g New York Times 10 Jul 2018
Tell falsehoods Family Time 09 Jul 2018
Untruth Premier Sunday 01 Jul 2018
False statement Irish Times Simplex 27 Jun 2018
Fib Thomas Joseph 19 Jun 2018
Something ratable by number of Pinocchios New York Times 17 Jun 2018
Untrue statement Family Time 11 Jun 2018
Not be straight New York Times 03 Jun 2018
Polygraph exciter Wall Street Journal 26 May 2018
Whopper Premier Sunday 20 May 2018
Fib New York Times 15 May 2018
Storyteller's tale The Washington Post Sunday 29 Apr 2018
Stand's opposite ... or a bad thing to do on the stand New York Times 27 Apr 2018
Recline Thomas Joseph 14 Apr 2018
Stretch out Wall Street Journal 14 Apr 2018
Break a courtroom oath USA Today 30 Mar 2018
Factor in golf-club selection Newsday 16 Mar 2018
Some do it through their teeth New York Times 13 Mar 2018
'No ___ can live forever': Martin Luther King Jr New York Times 23 Feb 2018
Position after a drive USA Today 23 Feb 2018
Be an incredible speaker? LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2018
Be an incredible speaker? The Washington Post 11 Feb 2018
Tell it like it isn't Newsday 04 Feb 2018
Speak with a forked tongue USA Today 03 Feb 2018
Tell untruths Premier Sunday 28 Jan 2018
Commit perjury, say Wall Street Journal 23 Jan 2018
Bit of fake 33-Down USA Today 23 Jan 2018
Be flat New York Times 21 Jan 2018
Factor in club choice USA Today 17 Jan 2018
Bit of slander Premier Sunday 14 Jan 2018
Piece of fiction Irish Times Simplex 12 Jan 2018
Red herring - is that something the sommelier swallowed? Irish Times Crosaire 06 Jan 2018
Not be straight
Stretch out
Rough position
Polygraph exciter
Fiction
Fabricated story
Bit of perjury
Witness-stand taboo
Tell 50-Down
Speak with forked tongue
Speak with a forked tongue
Say incredible things?
Position at the Masters
Position after a drive
Many an alibi
Load of bunk
Fudge the facts
Factor in club choice
Club-selection factor
Break a courtroom oath
Bit of fake 33-Down
Bit of baloney
Be less than honest
Be an incredible speaker?
Falsehood
Golf ball position
Tell it like it isn't
"No ___ can live forever": Martin Luther King Jr.
"Let sleeping dogs ___"
"This is not the last clue in this puzzle," e.g.
Be flat
Be horizontal
Fabrication
Falsity
Fib
It can be white or boldfaced
Some do it through their teeth
Something ratable by number of Pinocchios
Stand's opposite ... or a bad thing to do on the stand
That can't be right
Whopper (but not the Burger King kind)
Get prone
Be prone
Truth decay unit?
Rest horizontally Universal 16 Dec 2017
Verbal whopper Family Time 10 Dec 2017
Pull a Pinocchio Universal 19 Nov 2017
Utilize a bed or sofa Family Time 19 Nov 2017
Stretch the truth Universal 18 Nov 2017
Risk a perjury charge USA Today 03 Nov 2017
Tell a tall tale New York Times 31 Oct 2017
Be prone The Telegraph Quick 04 Oct 2017
Whopper, for example Wall Street Journal 02 Oct 2017
See 62 Down Newsday 29 Sep 2017
Fanciful story Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2017
Risk a perjury rap New York Times 27 Sep 2017
Invention, of a sort Wall Street Journal 21 Sep 2017
Recline The Telegraph Quick 21 Sep 2017
Twist the facts USA Today 12 Sep 2017
False utterance Universal 10 Sep 2017
Remain New York Times 03 Sep 2017
Extra cost for an airline passenger New York Times 31 Aug 2017
Get in a prone position Universal 14 Aug 2017
Issue fake news, say USA Today 08 Aug 2017
Become prone Universal 07 Aug 2017
Report "fake news" USA Today 06 Aug 2017
Deceive Universal 30 Jul 2017
Tell a fib Universal 28 Jul 2017
Fabricate Universal 21 Jul 2017
"Alternative fact" USA Today 17 Jul 2017
Whopper, but not a Big Mac The Washington Post 12 Jul 2017
Whopper, but not a Big Mac LA Times Daily 12 Jul 2017
Churn out whoppers USA Today 12 Jul 2017
Factor in golf club selection USA Today 07 Jul 2017
What a polygraph will disclose Universal 05 Jul 2017
Alibi, perhaps USA Today 04 Jul 2017
Whopper New York Times 02 Jul 2017
Utter falsehood Universal 30 Jun 2017
You might get a bad one in the rough The Washington Post 28 Jun 2017
You might get a bad one in the rough LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2017
Invite a perjury rap USA Today 18 Jun 2017
Tell an untruth Family Time 11 Jun 2017
"Little white" statement USA Today 22 May 2017
It's little when it's white LA Times Daily 05 May 2017
It's little when it's white The Washington Post 05 May 2017
Get down, in a way New York Times 21 Apr 2017
Regular portions of plaice or pork pie The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Apr 2017
Deliberate omission, some say LA Times Daily 09 Apr 2017
Deliberate omission, some say The Washington Post 09 Apr 2017
Position on the fairway Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2017
27-Across, often USA Today 03 Apr 2017
Telltales Thomas Joseph 22 Mar 2017
'Bald-faced' thing New York Times 20 Mar 2017
Be idle New York Times 17 Mar 2017
Twist the truth USA Today 15 Mar 2017
Bit of fake news New York Times 09 Mar 2017
Emulate Pinocchio New York Times 07 Mar 2017
It's not a freaking 'alternative fact' Jonesin 28 Feb 2017
Perjure Universal 17 Feb 2017
Whopper LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2017
Recline Newsday 14 Feb 2017
Tell tall tales Universal 20 Jan 2017
Deliver a falsehood Universal 10 Jan 2017
Make things up USA Today 05 Jan 2017
Lot of baloney The Washington Post 03 Jan 2017
Be idle
Twist the facts
Report "fake news"
Fabricate
False utterance
Get in a prone position
Pull a Pinocchio
Rest horizontally
Stretch the truth
Tell a fib
Tell tall tales
Utter falsehood
What a polygraph will disclose
Churn out whoppers
Factor in golf club selection
"Bald-faced" thing
"This puzzle is relatively easy," say
Deliberate omission, some say
Bit of fake news
Emulate Pinocchio
Get down, in a way
Risk a perjury charge
Invite a perjury rap
Issue fake news, say
Make things up
"Little white" statement
27-Across, often
Alibi, perhaps
Tell a tall tale
Risk a perjury rap
Remain
Deliver a falsehood
You might get a bad one in the rough
Whopper, but not a Big Mac
Whopper
It's little when it's white
Fabrication
Become prone
Deceive
More than a fib New York Times 27 Dec 2016
Fudge the facts The Washington Post 21 Dec 2016
Position at Pebble Beach Wall Street Journal 14 Dec 2016
Total fabrication Newsday 08 Dec 2016
This answer has five letters Wall Street Journal 08 Dec 2016
Load of baloney USA Today 06 Dec 2016
Bunch of baloney USA Today 29 Nov 2016
Polygraph detection USA Today 27 Nov 2016
Go beyond fudging LA Times Daily 23 Nov 2016
Bit of fiction New York Times 20 Nov 2016
Tell a fib Family Time 13 Nov 2016
Become horizontal Newsday 10 Nov 2016
Tell it like it isn't Universal 02 Nov 2016
Many a campaign promise Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2016
Falsify facts Wall Street Journal 25 Oct 2016
Fish story Wall Street Journal 24 Oct 2016
Fabricated statement Newsday 02 Oct 2016
Cooked-up account USA Today 24 Sep 2016
'I already have other plans,' often New York Times 24 Sep 2016
Polygraph detection Newsday 14 Sep 2016
What you'd be embarrassed to be called on Newsday 10 Sep 2016
It's not the truth New York Times 06 Sep 2016
'Baloney!' Wall Street Journal 24 Aug 2016
Big fish story Premier Sunday 21 Aug 2016
PolitiFact finding New York Times 21 Aug 2016
Fail to tell the truth Family Time 21 Aug 2016
Be on the level? New York Times 18 Aug 2016
Tell tall tales Wall Street Journal 16 Aug 2016
Tell a falsehood Family Time 15 Aug 2016
Twist facts LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2016
It may be white or bold-faced The Washington Post 16 Jul 2016
Golfer's concern Newsday 14 Jul 2016
Prevarication Irish Times Simplex 12 Jul 2016
Post-drive position The Washington Post 06 Jul 2016
Make a polygraph go nuts Universal 28 Jun 2016
More than an exaggeration Universal 27 Jun 2016
Misrepresentation New York Times 24 Jun 2016
Tell tall tales USA Today 22 Jun 2016
Wave on a polygraph, maybe The Washington Post 16 Jun 2016
Perjure oneself Wall Street Journal 14 Jun 2016
Prevaricate New York Times 06 Jun 2016
Big fib The Washington Post 21 May 2016
One of a rat's pack? LA Times Daily 19 May 2016
Whopper The Washington Post 28 Apr 2016
More than a stretch Universal 17 Apr 2016
'Your table will be ready in five minutes,' possibly New York Times 16 Apr 2016
Piece of fiction LA Times Daily 16 Apr 2016
Doctored account Universal 06 Apr 2016
Bit of misinformation Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2016
Bit of baloney Universal 31 Mar 2016
Stretch, of sorts Universal 27 Mar 2016
Bit of duplicity LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2016
Lay it on thick USA Today 15 Mar 2016
See 13-Across Wall Street Journal 09 Mar 2016
Tell a whopper New York Times 07 Mar 2016
Blip on a polygraph USA Today 03 Mar 2016
'The answer to this clue is an adjective,' say Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2016
Polygraph detection The Washington Post 27 Feb 2016
Stretcher, to Huck Finn LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2016
Falsity LA Times Daily 25 Feb 2016
It might be bald-faced The Washington Post 18 Feb 2016
Tell tall tales Canadiana 15 Feb 2016
Cover for someone, say New York Times 12 Feb 2016
It's not true New York Times 10 Feb 2016
It's little when white USA Today 03 Feb 2016
Club selection factor New York Times 27 Jan 2016
Recline The Washington Post 26 Jan 2016
Tell whoppers Newsday 24 Jan 2016
Story The Telegraph Quick 22 Jan 2016
Allies conceal deception The Sun Two Speed 22 Jan 2016
Untruth Irish Times Simplex 21 Jan 2016
Falsehood Jonesin 19 Jan 2016
Fish tale The Chronicle of Higher Education 08 Jan 2016
Tall tale Wall Street Journal 08 Jan 2016
Tell whoppers Eugene Sheffer 04 Jan 2016
Mendacity Premier Sunday 03 Jan 2016
It's not true
Golfer's concern
One of a rat's pack?
Twist facts
Tall tale
Piece of fiction
Tell it like it isn't
More than an exaggeration
Make a polygraph go nuts
Fish tale
Tell tall tales
Tell a tall tale
Load of baloney
It's little when white
Cooked-up account
Stretch out
Stretch out New York Times 01 Jan 2016
Prevaricate
PolitiFact finding
More than a fib
Misrepresentation
It's not the truth
Cover for someone, say
Club selection factor
Bit of fiction
Be on the level?
"I already have other plans," often
Tall one New York Times 31 Dec 2015
Stretch the truth USA Today 28 Dec 2015
Made-up tale Premier Sunday 27 Dec 2015
Incorrect affirmation Newsday 17 Dec 2015
Whopper USA Today 12 Dec 2015
Rest tell porkies The Sun Two Speed 05 Dec 2015
Be untruthful The Sun Two Speed 05 Dec 2015
Exercise tact, perhaps Newsday 04 Dec 2015
Unconvincing excuse, probably LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2015
Perjure oneself USA Today 17 Nov 2015
Be prone Premier Sunday 08 Nov 2015
Assume a horizontal position Irish Times Simplex 13 Oct 2015
Baldfaced thing Universal 11 Oct 2015
Go flat? LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2015
Deliberate misstatement Newsday 11 Oct 2015
It may be white Wall Street Journal 07 Oct 2015
Tall tale Eugene Sheffer 01 Oct 2015
Fudge the facts Newsday 01 Oct 2015
Be situated Premier Sunday 27 Sep 2015
Whopper Eugene Sheffer 24 Sep 2015
Mendacity Jonesin 24 Sep 2015
Be grounded Newsday 19 Sep 2015
Distort data Jonesin 15 Sep 2015
*Björn's victim in the 1976 Wimbledon final The Chronicle of Higher Education 04 Sep 2015
Falsehood Eugene Sheffer 03 Sep 2015
Perjure oneself LA Times Daily 01 Sep 2015
Be dishonest, in a way Universal 31 Aug 2015
Be supine LA Times Daily 29 Aug 2015
Golfer's concern Eugene Sheffer 28 Aug 2015
Fairway position Wall Street Journal 21 Aug 2015
Stretch out in bed maybe for story The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Aug 2015
Deception USA Today 03 Aug 2015
Polygraph detection New York Times 29 Jul 2015
Overstretch Newsday 25 Jul 2015
Polygraph indication, sometimes Universal 21 Jul 2015
An untruth Universal 16 Jul 2015
Don't stand for this form of dishonesty The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Jul 2015
False statement The Telegraph Quick 11 Jul 2015
Fib LA Times Daily 30 Jun 2015
Deceptive statement USA Today 24 Jun 2015
Stretch the truth LA Times Daily 22 Jun 2015
Fabrication USA Today 04 Jun 2015
Fiction New York Times 31 May 2015
Make stuff up Universal 17 May 2015
Golf ball's position Eugene Sheffer 11 May 2015
Moment of dishonesty LA Times Daily 10 May 2015
Tell tales The Telegraph Quick 29 Apr 2015
Weir concern Canadiana 20 Apr 2015
Tell a big one Newsday 16 Apr 2015
Break a witness-stand oath USA Today 06 Apr 2015
Be less than honest USA Today 05 Apr 2015
Club-selection factor Newsday 02 Apr 2015
Be dishonest Universal 22 Feb 2015
Rough position? New York Times 15 Feb 2015
A bad one can raise one's score LA Times Daily 08 Feb 2015
Prevarication New York Times 04 Feb 2015
"__ Down In Darkness": Styron novel LA Times Daily 24 Jan 2015
Tell a story New York Times 18 Jan 2015
Position Eugene Sheffer 16 Jan 2015
Blip on a polygraph Universal 02 Jan 2015
Trumped-up tale
Incorrect affirmation
Fairway position
Golfer's concern
Be situated
Be prone
It may be white
Talk about your girlfriend whom no one can meet because she lives in Canada, say
Half-truth, to an absolutist
Fudge the facts
Unconvincing excuse, probably
Stretch the truth
Perjure oneself
Moment of dishonesty
Go flat?
Fib
Be supine
A bad one can raise one's score
"__ Down In Darkness": Styron novel
Bullshit cousin
Whopper
An untruth
Be deceitful
Be situated
Be grounded
Be untruthful
Club-selection factor
Crooked line?
Fairway position
Links position
Polygraph's target
Song and dance, perhaps
Tell it like it isn't
Twist the truth
Fabrication
Exercise tact, perhaps
Deliberate misstatement
Baldfaced thing
Be dishonest
Be dishonest, in a way
Blip on a polygraph
Make stuff up
Polygraph indication, sometimes
The parenthetical comment in 48-Across, e.g.
Deception
Deception
Break a witness-stand oath
Deceptive statement
Fabrication
Embellish reality
*Björn's victim in the 1976 Wimbledon final
Tell a story
Tall one
Excuse, sometimes
Stretch the truth
Untrue Dream Theater song?
Deceptive David Cook song?
Made-up tale
Twist the truth
Tell a big one
Rough position?
Prevarication
Polygraph detection
Fiction
Be perjurious, perhaps
Overstretch
More than stretch the truth
Pinocchio's undoing
One of a pack?
It isn't true
Fib
Fail the polygraph
Depart from the truth
Be deceitful, in a way
Be less than candid
Be deceptive
Be deceitful
Tell a whopper
Tell whoppers
Trumped-up tale
Twist facts
Excuse, at times
Certain deception
Baldfaced bit
Invention
One in a pack?
More than a fib
Concern in the rough
Prevaricate
Go prostrate
Fabrication
Big fib
Tell a fib
Risk a perjury rap
Rest horizontally
Pinocchio peccadillo
It makes Pinocchio's nose grow
It can be white or bald-faced
Cock-and-bull story
Whopper
Statement from Pinocchio
Invention of a sort
Commit perjury, say
Twist the facts
Say something wrong?
Interrogator's red flag raiser
Grow one's nose
Tell it like it isn't
Tell a whopper
Stretch things too far
Golf-ball position
"The dog ate my homework," probably
"Well, I'd love to keep talking ...," probably
Bit of flimflam
Factor in club selection
Fictionalize?
Golf ball's position
Make baloney?
Perjurious statement
Sleep (with)
Tell tall tales
Fish story
Fairy tale
Fabricate one's facts
Big fib
Piece of fiction
It's little when white
Pinocchio's undoing
Be prone or supine
It's not to be believed
Polygraph abnormalities
Utter a fib
Golfball locale
-- in wait
Commit perjury
Falsification
Utter fibs
Commit perjury
Trumped-up story
Tell a tall tale
Little white item?
"The check is in the mail," sometimes
Use a bed
Twist the truth
False tale
With "in" and 60-Down, prepare for an ambush
Polygraph blip, presumably
Prevaricate
Make stuff up
Tell a whopper
Tale
Say "I do" when you don't?
Not shoot straight
Links concern
Golf commentator's subject
Bit of jive
"A ___ cannot live": Martin Luther King Jr.
Proffer a falsehood
Recline
Challenge a polygraph
Falsehood
Spin yarns
Untruth
Situation after driving
"I didn't know I was speeding, officer," probably
Whopper, e.g.
Untruth
Pinocchio's peccadillo
It may influence which club you choose
Concern on the course
Excuse, sometimes
It may influence which club you choose
Links concern
Pinocchio's peccadillo
Fib
Concern on the course
Tell a story?
"Hips Don't ___" Shakira
Prevarication
Prevaricate
Tell a tale
Tell a whopper
Whopper, e.g.
Bit of slander
Utter a falsehood
Deceitful declaration
Whopper
Basis for a libel suit
Courtroom taboo
Fail a polygraph
Go flat?
Tiger's position
Perjure oneself
Fairway placement
Bit of slander
Bit of mendacity
Imposture
You can do it on your side
Weave a tangled web
"This is a ___" The Cure
Doctored account
Make something up
Golfer's concern
Truth decay
__ low
Serve up a whopper?
Perjure oneself
Stretch the truth or stretch out
Tell a good one
Dishonest response
Bit of baloney
Blow smoke
Distortion, perhaps
Fib, e.g.
Pack item?
Depart from the truth
Be untruthful
Bald-faced item
"He maketh me to ___ down in green ..."
Tell it like it isn't
Pack item?
Fib, e.g.
Risk growing a long nose, like Pinocchio
"A ___ of the Mind" (Sam Shepard drama)
Golfer's position
"The dog ate my homework" is a classic one
Bald-faced bit
Commit perjury
Be untruthful
Fairway position
Distortion, perhaps
Commit perjury
Blow smoke
George Washington no-no
Stretch the truth or stretch out
Thing in some packs
"The check is in the mail," maybe
Crooked line?
Invention
Potentially slanderous remark
See 77-Across
Sprawl, say
You can do it on your side
Tell tall tales
Tell untruths
False tale
It's not so
Rest, with "by"
Tell a good one
Tell a fib
Trumped-up story
Trumped-up story, essentially
"___ to me, but please don't leave" Crow lyric
DMB "___ in Our Graves"
Fish tale, essentially
Fail to be truthful
Fudge the facts
Prevaricate
Twist the truth
Whopper you can't eat
What "can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes," per Mark Twain
Simple Plan "Your Love is a ___"
Fish story
"I cannot tell a ___" (George Washington's claim)
It may be caught by a polygraph
Disappoint the Blue Fairy, in a way
Henry Blake's rank in "M*A*S*H*"
It's not good to get caught in one
Links concern
Rest
Make it all up
Alibi, perhaps
Commit perjury
Canard
Alibi, maybe
It's made up
It's not good to get caught in one
Commit perjury
Rest in a horizontal position
Dispense untruths
In ___ of (rather than)
"The check is in the mail," often
Creative story
"___ to me. But please don't leave" Sheryl Crow
Don't be straight
Misstate the facts
Deliberate falsification
Fail a polygraph test
Landlocked Alpine principality
One may do it through one's teeth
Polygraph's find
Be less than candid
Be a make-up artist?
Amateur golfer's score, perhaps
Go beyond embellishment
"Let sleeping dogs ___"
Alibi, maybe
Be a make-up artist?
Landlocked Alpine principality
Bit of disinformation
Rest
Make like a rug
"Let sleeping dogs ___"
"The dog ate my homework," for one
Rest
Be a dirty double-crosser
Fairy tale
Fish tale, essentially
It may be part of a pack
Part of a pack?
Perjure oneself
Rewrite history, in a way
See 102-Down
Untruth
Post-drive position
Commit perjury
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-
Alibi, perhaps
Golfer's concern
It's made up
Be horizontal
Prevarication
Amateur golfer's score, perhaps
Henry Blake's rank in "M*A*S*H*"
Fictitious account
Be deceitful
"You ___!" (newsworthy 2009 outburst)
Pinocchio's downfall
Tell tales
___ through your teeth
Statement from Pinocchio
Dispense BS
Little white thing
A small one is white
Little white thing
Terminological inexactitude, to Churchill
Course position
Polygraphist's detection
White __
Tell stories
Little white thing
It's not true
Fish story
Bit of baloney
Be untruthful
Alibi, maybe
Invention of a sort
Fairway position
Make something up
"I cannot tell a ___"
"The dog ate my homework," maybe
Perjury offense
Myth
Make up an alibi
Bit of truth decay?
Be less than truthful
Be caught by a polygraph
Baldfaced ___
Interrogator's red flag raiser
Fabrication
Alibi, maybe
Make something up
Be untruthful
"I cannot tell a ___"
Risk a perjury conviction
Bit of baloney
Fail to be honest
Big fib
The varnished truth
Doctored account
Fish story
Polygraph's find
It's not to be believed
Taradiddle
A little bull
Bear false witness
Twist the truth
Position, in golf
There's no truth to it
One may be caught in it
Use a chaise longue
Tell stories
Make stuff up
Golfer's position
Whopper
Stretch the truth
Prevarication
Misstatement
Make stuff up
Bit of deception
Invention, of a sort
Be prostrate
Creative story
Interrogator's red-flag raiser
Tell a fib
Tell stories
Perjure oneself
Make stuff up
Golfer's position
Fabrication
Say what isn't so
Position on a course
Make stuff up
"___ to Me" (Tim Roth series)
Make stuff up
Not be straight
Recline
Tell a fib
Utter a fib
Whopper
There's no truth to it
Tell a tale
Prevarication
Practice deception
Perjurer's offense
Fish story
Bad thing to be caught in
"Would I ___ To You?" (Eurythmics tune)
Bad thing to be caught in
Palter
Use a little bit of make-up?
Varnished truth
Weave a tangled web, say
Defy a polygraph
Fish story
Make it all up
Untruth
Golf-ball position
"The check is in the mail," maybe
Risk a long nose
Tell a tall one
Worst kind of campaign promise
Commit perjury
Be mendacious
Be flat
"The check is in the mail," maybe
"Let sleeping dogs ___"
Sand-trap concern
Alibi, at times
Fairway situation
Invention
One may do it through one's teeth
Recline
Story, maybe
Way the ball sits
Say A is not A, say
Invention that's not thought highly of
Interrogator's discovery
"This puzzle is really, really hard," e.g.
Pack unit?
Tell stories
Baldfaced bit
Challenge a polygraph
Fudge the facts
Golf ball position
Polygraph detection
Risk a perjury charge
Statement from Pinocchio
Alibi, at times
Fairway situation
One may do it through one's teeth
Recline
Story, maybe
Way the ball sits
One might get caught in it
___ detector (polygraph)
Be false
Pinocchio no-no
Tell a tale
Tell fibs
Tell a falsehood
Polygraphist's detection
Nassau County hwy.
Fanciful story
Be supine
Make stuff up
Toss the bull
Varnished truth
Position
Position for Woods
Prevaricate
Polygraph activator
"The truth in masquerade": Byron
Cover for someone, possibly
Fail the polygraph
Witness-stand no-no
Be tactful, perhaps
Lounge
Whopper
A white one is small
Links situation
Tell tales
Untruth
Be tactful, perhaps
Lounge
Be supine
Fairway position
Misstate the facts
Song and dance, perhaps
What a polygraph might detect
Fail a polygraph
Fish story
Golf ball position
Say what isn't so
Tall tale
Be prostrate
Be supine
False story
Bald-faced bit
Bald-faced thing
It isn't true
Prevarication
Stretch a point
"A ___ of the Mind," Shepard drama
It may be cooked up
Polygrapher's detection
Item in a pack?
Pack item?
Perjure oneself
Shave some years off your age, e.g.
Shepard drama "A ___ of the Mind"
Go beyond embroidery
Embellish the truth
Not a good thing to be caught in
A white one is little
Stretch out
One might precede "Not!"
Golf ball position
Courtroom revelation
Sprawl
Bit of truth decay
Swear that black is white
Throw the bull
Golfer's concern
Rough spot?
Cause of a growth spurt?
Trumped-up tale
Conceal the truth
Golf position
One in a pack?
Palter
Canard
Bald-faced statement
Be prostrate
Sprawl
See 52 Across
Say what's not so
Outright fabrication
You might find a bad one in the rough
There's no truth to it
Stretch out
One might precede "Not!"
Courtroom revelation
Practice deception, in a way
Putting concern
Tarradiddle
Inventive account
Falsification
Bit of bad information
Whopper you can't eat
Tell a whopper
Perjure oneself
Golf ball location
Falsification
Falsehood
"The check is in the mail," often
Tell fibs
Tell a whopper
Fish story
Falsehood
Fanciful story
You might find a bad one in the rough
There's no truth to it
Perjure oneself
Be a make-up artist?
Bad testimony
Invention of a sort
Recline
Story
Be in repose
Fish story
Flunk a polygraph
Golfer's consideration
Call a spade a club?
A little bull?
First U.N. secretary general
Engage in mendacity
Something bad to be caught in
Practice tact, perhaps
Make stuff up
Large amount of fudge?
Commit perjury
Golfer's concern
Tell falsehoods
Be prone
Course position
Tell a "story"
Be a false witness
Stretch, of sorts
Pinocchio's downfall
Fabrication
Polygrapher's detection
Bad thing to get caught in
What you may get caught in
Tell tales
Tell a whopper
Whopper
Relax
Call a spade a club?
Make the polygraph go nuts
It may be bold-faced
Fairway position
Position for Couples
Prevaricate
Taradiddle
Perjurer's reply
One of a pack?
It's cooked up
Fabulize
Risk a perjury conviction
Utter a falsehood
Fib
You may get caught in it
Be abed
Polygraph no-no
Position for Palmer
Story
Tell tall tales
Tell a fib
State what's not so
Golf position
Disregard the truth
Be prone
A white one is small
Be a prevaricator
Cock-and-bull story
Golf position
Palter
Perjure oneself
Rest in a horizontal position
Sprawl
Tell a fib
Cypress Point placement
More than a stretch
Tarradiddle
Speak with a forked tongue
Placement, on the links
Golf position
Whopper
Emulate Pinocchio
With 20-Across, receive a posthumous honor
Weigh (on)
Rest
Fairway position
One in a pack?
Imprison, in a way
Fish story
Links position
Golf position
Barefaced utterance
Become prone
Conceal the truth
It may be white
Links position
Prevaricate
Tell a whopper
More than stretch the truth
Rest, dog-style
Type of detector
It made Pinocchio's nose grow
Barefaced utterance
Become prone
Conceal the truth
It may be white
Links position
It made Pinocchio's nose grow
Be positioned
Break an oath
Dissemble
Fabricate
Falsification
Links situation
Prevaricate
Tell tales
Trumped-up story
First UN Secretary-General
Fanciful story
A little bull
Excuse, at times
Golfer's consideration
It's cooked up
Perjurer's answer
Story of Pinocchio?
Tell tales
Serve up a whopper
Untruth
Whopper
A little one is white
Distort data
Emulate Iago
Equivocate
Get prone
One might get caught in it
Sprawl
Stretch or stretch out
Weave a tangled web, say
It may be white
"The world's longest parking lot" (abbr.)
Get prone
It's cooked up
Polygraph wave, maybe
Polygraph wave, perhaps
Titleist's position
Use a little bit of make-up?
Golf ball position
It's bold-faced at times
Perjure
Speak with a forked tongue
Tell it like it isn't
Be full of it
Lay it on thick
A little bull
Position for Palmer
Excuse, at times
Golfer's consideration
Little white thing
It's cooked up
Perjurer's answer
Story of Pinocchio?
Tell tales
Practice deception
Risk a perjury rap
Whopper
Untruth
Position at Augusta
Be mendacious
Fairway location
Fairway situation
Golf ball's position
Perjure oneself
Rumor, often
Situation for Tiger
Canard
Stay prone
Duffer's concern
False statement
Falsehood
Tell a tall tale
Golfer's concern
Prevaricate
Be mendacious
Rough position
Tiger's position
Course position
Cover up, essentially
Golf ball's position
Be positioned
Intentional inaccuracy
Golf ball placement
Misrepresentation
Hammarskjöld's predecessor
Prevaricate
Tell stories
Toss the bull
First U.N. secretary general
Golfer's concern
Tiger's concern
More than stretch the truth
It may be analyzed before a stroke
Truth decay
Tell fish stories
Truth decay?
Truth decay?
Be false
Pack animal?
Give the ___ to
Golf ball position
Links position
Get prone
Tiger's position
Be false
Tell it like it isn't
More than an exaggeration
Misstatement
Mendacity
Many an excuse
Links position
Ball's position on a golf course
Be a bad witness
Fairway position
Golf ball location
Bit of slander
Fool with the facts
Cooked-up story
Speak with forked tongue
Thing to do in waiting?
Be duplicitous
Overembellish
First UN head
Woods position
Make up facts
Tiger's position
Break a witness stand oath
Convey a false impression
Polygraph's disclosure
Remain unused
Big fib
Be less than candid
Tigers concern
Cock-and-bull story
First U.N. secretary-general Trygve __
Golf ball's position
One of a pack, perhaps
Sam Shepard play "A ___ of the Mind"
Kind of detector
Golf balls position
Prevaricate
Equivocation, of sorts
Be deceptive
First UN secretary-general
Links position
Lounge
Falsehood
Imposture
Tiger s concern
Untrue version of the truth
Titleist position
Overly mince words
Golfer's concern
A trivial one is white, they say
First U.N. Secretary-General Trygve ___
Word in a recent Charlton Heston NRA ad
U.N. secretary-general, 1946-53
Product of "plausible deniability"
Fish story
Golfer's challenge
Tell whoppers
More than stretch the truth
More than a stretch
Be untrustworthy
Be flat?
Be a bad witness
"The dog ate my homework" is a classic one
Good one, so to speak
Important name in UN history
Yarn spinning result
Taradiddle
Serve up a whopper
Links condition
Are situated
What a polygraph test may reveal
Test a polygraph, perhaps
Polygraph indication, maybe
Early UN bigwig
Commit perjury
Golf situation
Risk a perjury rap
Woods' position
Stretch a point
Prevarication
Pebble Beach position
Exaggeration
Tell a good one
Tale
Create whoppers
Golf ball location
Recline
"The check is in the mail," perhaps
Go flat
Position for Palmer
First U.N. secretary-general, 1946-53
Trumped-up story
Anathema to 110 Down
Common invention
Hammarskjold's predecessor
First UN secretary- general
Stay flat
One of a pack, perhaps
Invention, so to speak
Go flat?
Become prone
Norwegian statesman
UN Secretary General
Links placement
Become recumbent
Early U.N. chief Trygve
Course position
Links placement
Falsehood
Position in the bunker
Be recumbent
Prevaricate
"The check is in the mail," usually
Ignore truth
You wouldn't want to be caught in one
Statement from Pinocchio
Little white thing
Golf position
"The check is in the mail," perhaps
Recline or dissimulate
"Would I ___ To You?" (Eurythmics tune)
Blip on the polygraph, maybe
Fish story
Rough problem?
"Fairy tale"
Flimflam
Stay dormant
Blip on a polygraph
Placement, on the links
__ low (stay hidden)
Golfer's concern
Tall tale
Deception
A small one is white
Emulate Iago
First UN secretary-general
Position for Pate
Misrepresentation
Fail a polygraph test
Hammarskjold's predecessor
Golfer's location
Taradiddle
Recline
Golf position
Baldfaced___
Command to Rover
First U.N. Secretary General
Golfer's position
One of a pack?
George Washington no-no
Emulate Ananias
Golf-ball position
Stretch the truth or stretch out
Perjure
It's usually white when it's little
Canard
Emulate 56 Across
Links position
Baron Munchausen whopper
Twisted tale
Palter
Inveracity
Falsify
Kind of detector
Equivocate
Duffer's concern
Trygve of U.N. fame
Fudge on the facts
Trygve of the U.N.
___ in wait (lurk)
Hammarskjöld's predecessor
Nose grower for Pinocchio
"A ___ of the Mind," Shepard drama
Be situated
Eli anagram
Fabulize
"Let sleeping dogs ___"
Emulate Ananias
Location of a golfer's ball
Practice deception
Links location
"Barefaced" thing
Tell a tall tale
George's no-no
Perjure
Concern for Crenshaw
One of Ray Floyd's concerns
A Crenshaw concern
Golfer's concern
Memorable Norwegian diplomat
One of Tom Watson's concerns
Be couchant
First Secretary General of the U.N.
Fabricate
Trygve ___
U.N. name of fame
Munchausen's specialty
Trygve
Deceive
Tarradiddle
Twist the truth
Take a recumbent position
U.N. secretary
Mistell
Norwegian diplomat
Trygve of U.N.
___ in wait
___ at anchor
"Would I ___?"
___ in ambush
Misinformation
Golfer's term
Munchausen utterance
___ low
Former U.N. name
Former U. N. name
Tall story
U.N. name
Be misleading
Munchausen uttering
Golfer's problem
Give the ___ to
Golf situation
Position
Stay put
U. N. name
Name in U.N. lore
Position of golf ball
Word before down or low.
Golfer's concern.
Famous Norwegian.
___ low (hide).
Former U.N. name.
Stay at anchor.
Famed U.N. name.
Name in U.N. records.
Relative of a half-truth.
Famous U.N. name.
Golf ball position.
Golf term
Golf term.
Golfers' term.
Prevaricate.
Fabrication.
Recline.
Equivocate.
Lodge.
Name of U.N. fame.
Dissemble.
___ doggo (keep out of sight).
Be situated.
Extend.
Golfer's term.
Lean or press (on).
White item.
Misstatement.
Fib.
Former U. N. name.
Rest.
Occupy a position.
Position of a golf ball.
U. N. name.
Trygve.
Former U. N. notable.
Norwegian statesman.
___ detector.
White ___.
Stretch out.
Mendacity.
Falsity.
Deception.
Relative of half-truth.
Be mendacious.
Bear false witness.
Hammarskjold's predecessor.
Former U. N. parsonage.
Stretch.
Position of the ball, in golf.
Oslo notable.
Say black is white.
Noted Norwegian.
Former U. N. official.
Extend, as a road.
Former U.N. Secretary General.
Oslo VIP.
Dag's predecessor.
Fish story.
Oslo statesman.
Norwegian notable.
Golf situation.
Occupy a certain place.
Twist the truth.
V. I. P. from 56 Down.
Relative situation of a golf ball.
Norwegian V. I. P.
Former V. I. P. in U. N.
Convey a false impression.
Ananias story.
Author of "In the Cause of Peace."
The Big ___.
Former U. N. personality.
False action.
Whom Dag Hammarskjold succeeds.
"The big ___."
Position of a golf ball on the ground.
"Truth crushed to earth.”
"I can't tell a ___."
U. N. personality.
Trygve Halvdan ___.
Statesman from Norway.
U. N. Secretary General.
One of world's key statesmen.
Norse diplomat.
Norwegian diplomat.
Famous name in the U. N.
Falsehood.
U. N. veteran.
U. N. spokesman.
Technique of the "Big ___."
U. N. leader.
Russia opposed his U. N. reappointment.
Entrance requirement for the Tall Story Club.
The U. N.'s Trygve.
Top UN-er.
A U. N. veteran.
He commutes between Oslo and New York.
His U. N. job is extended for three years.
Peacemaker from Oslo.
U. N. Secretary-General.
U.N. personage.
U. N. official.
"Children and fools cannot ___.”—John Heywood.
Trygve ___.
Secretary General, U. N.
World Citizen No. 1.
Norwegian U. N. official.
Recent traveler through Europe.
Secretary General of UNO.
Hitlerian statement.
Be prostrate.
Create a wrong impression.
D. N. B. report.
DNB report.
"To credit his own ___."—The Tempest.
Imposture
It made Pinocchio's nose grow
It's beyond belief
Make believe
Pull a fast one
Shovel shit
Shovel snow?
Slice of baloney
"Fairy tale"
"Ball don't ___" (trash talk from a hoopster)
Tiger's position (read into that clue how you'd like)
A white one is little
"Just wrapping up the project," maybe
"I gave at the office," e.g.
"I was just about to call you!," e.g.
"I wasn't looking at porn," e.g.
Engage in some myth-making?
Fail a polygraph test
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