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Prevarication is avoidance of the truth. Prevarication can include, or be part of: Deception · Evasion (ethics) · Waffle (speech) ...

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Prevaricate and its synonyms "lie" and "equivocate" all refer to playing fast and loose with the truth. "Lie" is the bluntest of the three. When you accuse someone  ...

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Prevarication definition, the act of prevaricating, or lying: Seeing the expression on his mother's face, Nathan realized this was no time for prevarication.

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Prevaricate definition, to speak falsely or misleadingly; deliberately misstate or create an incorrect impression; lie. See more.

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Prevarication is when someone tells a lie, especially in a sneaky way. A boy might use prevarication to avoid telling the whole truth about how the kitchen ...

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Define prevarication. prevarication synonyms, prevarication pronunciation, prevarication translation, English dictionary definition of prevarication. v.

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Synonyms for prevarication at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

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The verbs prevaricate and procrastinate have similar but not identical meanings. Prevaricate means 'act or speak in an evasive way', as in he prevaricated at the ...

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prevaricate definition, meaning, what is prevaricate: to avoid telling the truth or saying exactly what you think: . Learn more.