1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.

1. a false statement madewith deliberate intent todeceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
3. an inaccurate or false statement.
4. the charge or accusation of lying: He flung the lie back at his accusers.

5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive.
6. to express whatis false; convey a false impression.

–verb (used with object)

7. to bringabout or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.

—Idioms

8. give the lie to,
a. to accuse of lying; contradict.
b. to prove or imply the falsity of; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
9. lie in one's throat / teeth, to lie grossly or maliciously: If she told you exactly the opposite of what she told me, she mustbe lying in her teeth. Also, lie through one's teeth.