Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In South Africa, the lad who walks before a team of oxen, guiding the leaders with a rope.
“He won't defend any intellectual position at all on the Iraq war, so all he can do is call someone a "lyer" then claim they are name calling.”
“Oboma is a lyer on every subject that he intertains.”
“The beauty of it is, in branding the "straight talk express" as a lyer, it rubs off on the Republican party brand.”
“I've no dought EK could shoot, and I am slow to call anyone a lyer.”
“It is totaly disrespectiful and in poor taste to call the POTUS a lyer in a joint session.”
“Rummy is a lyer like all those neocons in power in the white house, pnac tells you what they want … rule the world, americans need to take care of business and take the trash out before it all goes to hell …”
“Well lets say they stopped insulting me and the counslor, oh and stopped calling the patient a psychotic lyer!”
“If the Tories get in next time it will only be because - to the limited numbers that will vote - Cameron represents the least worst lying lyer.”
“Loathing the baseness of our backe retire; Euen now me thinke in our disgrace he saith, Foes to your fames, why make you Fate a lyer, When heauen and she haue giuen into your hand, What all the world can neuer back demand?”
“Joe, I need to talk to you about what kind of roofing you want, but as tomorrow's Saturday, I won't call in the morning until after The Lfwne Ra/lyer," Sean teased.”
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