A lie is a statement that the stating party believes to be false and that is made with
the intention to deceive. The practice of communicating lies is called lying, and ...
Lying definition, the telling of lies, or false statements; untruthfulness: From
boyhood, he has never been good at lying. See more.
<that lying son of a gun told me that the used car had never been in an accident>.
Origin and Etymology of lying. Middle English leghynge, present participle of ...
Studies show that the average person lies several times a day. Some of those are
biggies (“I've always been faithful to you,”) but more often, they are little white ...
Dec 8, 2016 ... How many times have you looked up the difference between lay and lie? Here's
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In Lying, bestselling author and neuroscientist Sam Harris argues that we can
radically simplify our lives and improve society by merely telling the truth in ...
The definition of lying is not telling the truth. An example of someone who is lying
is someone who is dishonest about where he was and what he did.
Disposed to or characterized by untruth: a lying witness. See Synonyms at
dishonest. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.
400 quotes have been tagged as lying: Mark Twain: 'If you tell the truth, you don't
have to remember anything.', Friedrich Nietzsche: 'I'm not upset that...