from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Present participle of lie1.
- v. Present participle of lie2.
- adj. Disposed to or characterized by untruth: a lying witness. See Synonyms at dishonest.
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- v. Present participle of lie.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- of lie, to tell a falsehood.
- of lie, to be supported horizontally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being prostrate. See lie.
- Mendacious; false; deceptive: as, a lying rumor.
- n. A place where one lies.
- n. Falsehood; untruthfulness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the deliberate act of deviating from the truth
And you ignore the fact that Clinton pissed away 3 years of his term lying about getting a blow-job from a 22 year old in the oval office?
Is that what they call lying in Obamaland these days, "aggressive rhetoric"?
And Sarah Palin lashing out at what she calls lying, pathetic bloggers.
DERSHOWITZ: I want one case where there has been a disbarment that is not a person denied admission to the bar, a disbarment from somebody who has no prior record, who has engaged in what you call lying at the deposition.
Originally the lands were fiefs of the Holy Roman Empire, the city municipalities owning the Emperor for their lord, and the great family of Hapsburg, in whom the Empire became at length hereditary, was in reality Swiss, the county that gave them title lying in the canton of
"That's what I call lying," said Ted Kaptchuk, an associate professor of medicine at Harvard University.
Riley, who was married to the abrasive, annoying 23-year-old blonde for 10 months, is now revealing what he calls her lying, cheating and stealing ways.
you lost because your policies are horseshit. further, the great body politic has figured out that every case you numbnuts make is based on crap figures, limbaughian hallucinations or outright greed. i think the term lying swill comes quicly to mind.
Then again, the word "lying" is dead-on accurate as well.
Everyone make a note ... any state that would support Clinton needs federal dollars for literacy programs .... "lying" is not "misspeaking" – and taking every side of an issue is not "substance"