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- n. a liar
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who tells fibs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who tells fibs or lies.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who tells lies
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BTW:Usually a "fibber" would spend his or her time searching for fibs.
"You are a classical scholar when you use hyperbole and a 'fibber' when you exaggerate."
But a publication that is that closely associated with the Army to call McCain a "fibber".
* 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.
Or, as Daniel Dennett would put it, "Be a faith-fibber for Jesus."
Dennett has accused me of being a "faith fibber," a term applied to religious critics of the New Atheists who, in their enthusiasm to vilify non-believers, distort the truth.
Mohler perhaps, is being a "faith fibber," something I have been guilty of, although not on this scale.
After all the tales are told, the crowd gets about 20 minutes to interrogate the speakers, and anyone who picks the fibber gets a T-shirt.
Inspired, Christie launched "The Liar Show," where most of the storytellers stick to the facts, but one is definitely a big fat fibber -- it's up to the audience to find out who.
Godspeaking consciousness full house fibber upgrade.
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