from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a lying manner; deceptively, mendaciously.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a lying manner; falsely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lying manner; falsely; by telling lies.
And that little adventure sure paid for itself, just like they (lyingly) claimed that it would, right, jackass?
They are, by the way, smaller than Scope 2 emissions and much smaller than Scope 1 emissions (which are the things you lyingly claim were the ONLY things considered.) In 2008 total GHG emissions in New York City were 53.3 MMTCO2e,9. 0 percent below 2005 base year emissions of 58.6 MMTCO2e.
He clearly attacks the Kantian division of the real and apparent worlds (the reality perceived by our senses, according to Kant, is the apparent world, while the true reality exists outside of perception) in Twilight of the Idols, where he writes “The ‘apparent’ world is the only one: the ‘real’ world has only been lyingly added.”
Yeah, maybe he should constantly (and lyingly) proclaim himself victorious, lie about his profession and write useless nonsensical drivel to prove himself “worthy”, jerkoff
While the Democrats verbally assail the Republican policies in Iraq, the Democrats too are playing the same game - how can the U.S. stay in Iraq and control the Iraqi oil, and at the same time lyingly convenience the American people that the U.S. should scale down its military operations.
Not "we were 'stay the course' at first but we've changed," no, he said (lyingly) "never."
Bush lyingly implied that this was new information, when in fact he knew -- had to know -- that the "evidence" in British hands was the same set of documents he had been offered by Berlusconi almost a year and a half earlier, which had been declared to be bogus.
It was the old Catholic order of things which, they lyingly declared, was the parent of all the social injustice of the time and which had therefore to be ended.
It was this scheme that Vice President Dick Cheney and then National Security Director Condi Rice were mendaciously citing when they referred ominously to a mushroom cloud threat in the fall of 2002, and that Bush lyingly referred to in his 2003 State of the Union message, when he said: "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa."
Ask yourself, Howard Dean, how much less the world would hate us if the very head of one of Americaâ€™s national parties, â€œreserved judgmentâ€ on the Americans you viciously and lyingly slander rather than only â€œreserving judgmentâ€ your words on Osama Bin Ladin.
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