- n. Plural form of liar.
“Armstrong's attorney Mark Fabiani has energetically attacked 60 Minutes and CBS for taking the word of liars and promoting people trying to sell books.”
“But that your accusing Reagan and Dick of being liars is tantamount to blasphemy.”
“That he chooses to call civil rights leaders liars is motivated by something other thanlogic.”
“So anyone claiming that President Obama is not focused on terrorist is BLIND, or they are just plain liars”
“Saying that republicans are liars is stating the obvious.”
“How anyone supports these monstrous liars is simply beyond me.”
“A society of emasculated liars is easy to control.”
“The problem with compulsive liars is when they start to believe their own bullshit.”
“Some of my own observations about liars is that nostrils flare when someone is lying.”
“The right way to deal with liars is to regard them as having burned through their stock of personal trust capital, thereby resulting in credibility-bankruptcy.”
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