- n. Plural form of hoaxer.
“If we tried to make our story public, we'd be called hoaxers or dements, and quite possibly committed for treatment.”
“I just wish the other side got more than being called hoaxers, deniers, and heretics.”
“According to McCain, the evidence consists of nothing more than the "bizarre rantings of the MIA hobbyists," "hoaxers,”
“Come-on, you dispute the "hoaxers" calculations, predictions and models - SUPPLY ONE OF YOUR OWN.”
“He has regularly vilified those who keep trying to pry out classified documents as "hoaxers," "charlatans," "conspiracy theorists" and”
“That hucksters and hoaxers have enjoyed playing on the Sasquatch legend only seems to add to the fun of the hunt.”
“A UK newspaper published a fake big cat sighting photo, created from a Youtube video the hoaxers found online.”
“Perhaps that is why the dismissal of UFO sightings has never quite been as confident at the time as official records subsequently imply, hence the susceptibility to hoaxers.”
“Other stars who have been targeted by online death hoaxers in recent months include Tom Cruise, Jeff Goldblum, Betty White, Bill Cosby, James Avery, and Bobby Brown.”
“As it turns out, their instincts were right, right down to the identity of the hoaxers: Lila Rose's Live Action, who on Tuesday posted their heavily-edited video encounter with a Planned Parenthood staffer.”
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