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/ˈlīər/,
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liars, plural;
  1. A person who tells lies


  1. a person who has lied or who lies repeatedly
  2. "Liar!" is a science fiction short story by American writer Isaac Asimov. It first appeared in the May 1941 issue of Astounding Science Fiction and was reprinted in the collections I, Robot (1950) and The Complete Robot (1982). It was Asimov's third published positronic robot story. ...
  3. "Liar" is the fourth single by Eskimo Joe, taken from their debut album Girl. It was released as a double A side, with the single "Who Sold Her Out". ...
  4. Deceiver, also known as Liar (UK release), is a 1997 murder mystery film about two detectives (Chris Penn and Michael Rooker) interviewing a highly intelligent underachiever (Tim Roth) about the brutal murder of a hooker.
  5. Liar is the second studio album by South Korean entertainer Harisu, released on October 28, 2002. Musically similar to her first album, Temptation, Harisu describes Liar as being "very Euro/techno/house... a high-energy dance record with a very upbeat rhythm. ...
  6. "Liar (It Takes One to Know One)" is the second single in the U.S. from the rock band, Taking Back Sunday's third album. The song is featured on the band's album Louder Now, and was released in the U.S., while their second single in the UK, Twenty-Twenty Surgery was released. ...
  7. So Far, So Good... So What! is the third studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth. It was released by Capitol Records in 1988. A remixed and remastered version including several bonus tracks was released in 2004. ...
  8. "Liar" is the title of a number-one R&B single by group Profyle. The hit song spent one week at number-one on the US R&B chart and peaked at number fourteen on the US Pop chart.
  9. "Liar" is a song by British hard rock group Queen. Written by singer Freddie Mercury in 1970, the song featured on the band's 1973 debut album Queen. An edited version of "Liar" was released as a single—backed with "Doing All Right"—in the United States by Elektra Records in February 1974.
  10. "Liar" is a song by Rollins Band and the lead single from their fourth full-length album, Weight, released in 1994. It was the album's only charting single and one of the group's best known songs. ...
  11. Liar is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band The Jesus Lizard released in 1992 by Touch and Go Records. ...
  12. The Liar (Le Menteur) is a play by Pierre Corneille that was first performed in 1644. It was based on La Verdad Sospechosa by the Spanish-American playwright Juan Ruíz de Alarcón, which was published in 1634.
  13. The Liar (Il bugiardo) is a comedy by Carlo Goldoni. It was written as part of Goldoni's fulfilment of a boast that he had inserted into the epilogue to one of his plays that for the next season he would write sixteen comedies. ...
  14. The Liar (published 1991) is Stephen Fry's first novel. The book relates the life of Adrian Healey, a student at Cambridge University.
  15. The Liar is a short story by Henry James.
  16. (Liars (band)) Liars is a three-piece band formed in 2000 consisting of Filipino-born Angus Andrew (vocals/guitar), Aaron Hemphill (percussion, guitar, synth), and Julian Gross (drums). ...
  17. (Liars (Liars album)) Liars is the fourth studio album by the band Liars, released on August 28, 2007. The album was recorded at Planet Roc, Los Angeles and was produced by the band and Jeremy Glover.
  18. (Liars (Todd Rundgren album)) Liars is the eighteenth album from Todd Rundgren, released in 2004. After a long period of experimentation with multimedia technology and late 20th century musical genres, Rundgren seemed to once again embrace the eclectic pop sensibilities that made him famous, as ...
  19. one who tells lies
  20. (LIARS) Those who teach untruth or make false claims.
  21. To dream of thinking people are liars, foretells you will lose faith in some scheme which you had urgently put forward. For some one to call you a liar, means you will have vexations through deceitful persons. ...
  22. (n) 1. One who puts forward information which is known to be untrue. [den.] 2. Another person who puts forward information which disagrees with information that one has already posted. [conn.] 3. One who continues to put forward information for which a rebuttal has been given. [conn. ...
  23. Jesus was not God, and he knew it, but he said so anyway.
  24. (1) the aim of the liar is simply to charm, to delight, to give pleasure. He is the very basis of civilized society. (2) Two kinds: (a) the genuine liar who knows himself to be lying, and (b) the evil liar who lies even to himself. /
  25. Anyone who has the nerve to disagree with the Rove-ap­proved Tea Party Line and the effrontery to produce facts and logical arguments to bolster said disagreement.