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fabricator , fibber , prevaricator , storyteller

calumniator , defamer , libeler , libelist , slanderer

gossip , gossiper , talebearer

fabricator , fibber , prevaricator , storyteller

calumniator , defamer , libeler , libelist , slanderer

gossip , gossiper , talebearer

Liar and lier are both derived from the verb to lie . The problem is that lie has two very different meanings. The difference between liar and lier is equivalent to the difference between the two meanings of the verb lie : to tell lies and to rest in a horizontal position.

Liar is an agent noun, a noun that denotes someone or something that performs an action described by the verb from which the noun is derived. The verb in question is lie , meaning “to say something that’s not true.” So, a liar is a person who lies—a person who says something they know is not true.

If you encounter the word lier somewhere, it’s likely to be a misspelling of the word liar . It’s apparently quite common for people ask themselves “is it spelled lier or liar?” and choose the wrong answer. But lier is a real word—it’s just rarely used. It’s also an agent noun, just like liar , but it comes from the other meaning of the verb lie —to rest in a horizontal position. Remember, that’s lie , not lay . A lier is something or someone that is lying prostrate.

fabricator , fibber , prevaricator , storyteller ;

calumniator , defamer , libeler , libelist , slanderer ;

gossip , gossiper , talebearer ;

A lie is a statement used intentionally for the purpose of deception . [1] [2] The practice of communicating lies is called lying , and a person who communicates a lie may be termed a liar . Lies may be employed to serve a variety of instrumental, interpersonal, or psychological functions for the individuals who use them. Generally, the term "lie" carries a negative connotation, and depending on the context a person who communicates a lie may be subject to social, legal, religious, or criminal sanctions.

A barefaced (or bald-faced) lie is one that is obviously a lie to those hearing it. "Bold-faced lie" can also refer to misleading or inaccurate newspaper headlines, but this usage appears to be a more recent appropriation of the term. [3]

A big lie which attempts to trick the victim into believing something major which will likely be contradicted by some information the victim already possesses, or by their common sense. When the lie is of sufficient magnitude it may succeed, due to the victim's reluctance to believe that an untruth on such a grand scale would indeed be concocted. [4]

fabricator , fibber , prevaricator , storyteller

calumniator , defamer , libeler , libelist , slanderer

gossip , gossiper , talebearer

Liar and lier are both derived from the verb to lie . The problem is that lie has two very different meanings. The difference between liar and lier is equivalent to the difference between the two meanings of the verb lie : to tell lies and to rest in a horizontal position.

Liar is an agent noun, a noun that denotes someone or something that performs an action described by the verb from which the noun is derived. The verb in question is lie , meaning “to say something that’s not true.” So, a liar is a person who lies—a person who says something they know is not true.

If you encounter the word lier somewhere, it’s likely to be a misspelling of the word liar . It’s apparently quite common for people ask themselves “is it spelled lier or liar?” and choose the wrong answer. But lier is a real word—it’s just rarely used. It’s also an agent noun, just like liar , but it comes from the other meaning of the verb lie —to rest in a horizontal position. Remember, that’s lie , not lay . A lier is something or someone that is lying prostrate.

fabricator , fibber , prevaricator , storyteller

calumniator , defamer , libeler , libelist , slanderer

gossip , gossiper , talebearer

Liar and lier are both derived from the verb to lie . The problem is that lie has two very different meanings. The difference between liar and lier is equivalent to the difference between the two meanings of the verb lie : to tell lies and to rest in a horizontal position.

Liar is an agent noun, a noun that denotes someone or something that performs an action described by the verb from which the noun is derived. The verb in question is lie , meaning “to say something that’s not true.” So, a liar is a person who lies—a person who says something they know is not true.

If you encounter the word lier somewhere, it’s likely to be a misspelling of the word liar . It’s apparently quite common for people ask themselves “is it spelled lier or liar?” and choose the wrong answer. But lier is a real word—it’s just rarely used. It’s also an agent noun, just like liar , but it comes from the other meaning of the verb lie —to rest in a horizontal position. Remember, that’s lie , not lay . A lier is something or someone that is lying prostrate.

fabricator , fibber , prevaricator , storyteller ;

calumniator , defamer , libeler , libelist , slanderer ;

gossip , gossiper , talebearer ;


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