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Prevaricate: to speak or act falsely; procrastinate: to put off or defer.
Right now though, those responsible seem to be sticking like shrimp to otter fur with "Prevaricate, Baby, Prevaricate."
Falsehood, Inveigle, Prevaricate, Fib, Deceive, Bluff .... all of these are acceptable words for dancing around the "secret password LIE" if you will.
Idiotprogrammer » Blog Archive » Do Partisans Prevaricate with Leading Questions? says:
"Prevaricate not, nor think to blind me," he answered.
Often the word 'bluff' is replaced with other less positive words like 'Lies', 'False statements' or 'Prevaricate'.
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