Liars [noun]

Definition of Liars:

person who tells falsehood

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Sentence/Example of Liars:

He had seen liars before, and it seemed to him that if Paxton was lying he was doing a remarkable job of it.

And you will find some of the greatest rascals and most impudent liars in the "Synagogues and High Places" of the cities.

He defied all detractors in the most uncompromising way: they were liars and slanderers, and he only wished he knew their names.

He speaks in the moment of death, at the moment when even liars tell the truth fully.

It didn't take me long to make up my mind that these liars warn't no kings nor dukes at all, but just low-down humbugs and frauds.

They were th' gr-reatest liars in th' wurruld an' formerly friends iv th' Prisidint.

They may pledge and make pledge,' continued he, scornfully; 'they nobbut make liars and hypocrites.

He made no flowery speeches, but declared that all the British were liars, and asked what new lies he had come to tell.

Any allegations from regular liars and men who have been fired can be taken care of in court, under the blackmail law.

Somebody has said that you can divide the liars of the world into three classes—liars, damned liars and statisticians.