Definition of Mendaciousness. Meaning of Mendaciousness. Synonyms of Mendaciousness

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Definition of Mendaciousness

Mendaciousness
Mendacious Men*da"cious, a. [L. mendax, -acis, lying, cf. mentiri to lie.] 1. Given to deception or falsehood; lying; as, a mendacious person. 2. False; counterfeit; containing falsehood; as, a mendacious statement. -- Men*da"cious*ly, adv. -- Men*da"cious*ness, n.

Meaning of Mendaciousness from wikipedia

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- religious zealots, and dupes willing to be mani****ted by the Klan's cynical, mendacious leaders. It was, in this view, a movement of country parsons and small-town...
- "bearers of a new faith and a new Evangile" who were attempting to create "a mendacious antimony between faithfulness to the Church and the Fatherland". Two years...
- magnified ...". According to Martin Fletcher in The Times, Ahmadinejad gave "mendacious answers" which "went unchallenged by his obsequious interlocutor". Galloway...
- 1768, the theatre at Geneva was destro**** through burning, and Voltaire mendaciously accused Rousseau of being the culprit. In June 1768, Rousseau left Trie...
- President Polk's expansionist interpretation of America's ****ure as "mendacious". Ulysses S. Grant served in the war with Mexico and later wrote: I was...
- ) the downplaying of monastic hours, fasts and ceremonies, and a less mendacious approach to gullible pilgrims and tenants. However, he was not in favour...
- memoir For the Record, Cameron described Gove during this period as "mendacious", adding: "One quality shone through, disloyalty. Disloyalty to me and...
- unexpectedly as a cellmate of the kid in the Chihuahua prison. From here he mendaciously negotiates the release of himself and the kid and one other inmate into...
- for libel against the Eye and Hislop was about this "malicious" and "mendacious" claim. Another libel case in May 1989 threatened the magazine's existence...