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17.
1. Politicans

2. Lawyers

3. Celeberites
President Bush is a liar.
by Dere November 25, 2006
 
1.
1- a person who doesn't tell you the truth
2- a backstabbing friend
see gaberila
by jajajajaded October 11, 2003
 
2.
someone who tells obvious lies just to make themselves look good, but infact make themselves look stupid and pathetic purely because they think everyone acctually believes them!

this is due to insecurity.
girl1: hey guess what?!
girl2: What
girl1: the dude who plays harry potter bought me this bracelet!!!

girl2 to girl3: she is such a liar!

by Artsy girl September 26, 2006
 
3.
the lowest form of life.
a person that sucks and has, invariably, an ugly wife /girlfriend
by CHRISTIAN LARDY February 18, 2005
 
4.
Liar

1. someone who represents one set of facts, while knowing that a
different set of facts prevails;

2. (popular) someone who having led others to believe one thing, does
a different thing; a promise-breaker;

3. (colloquial) someone whose general conduct, level of reliability,
relationship with truth, and past preformance leave him or her with
little to no credibility in peoples' opinion;


In modern Canadian history, the biggest liars are former Prime
Ministers Stephen Harper and Brian Mulroney, along with a pissant
Minister of Defence Peter MacKay.

by Figleaf23 January 14, 2009
 
5.
One who seeks to decieve.
Such as lieing about being kidnapped. See also: Audrey Sieler
Audrey Sieler lied about being kidnaped because she didn't want people to know she was a drunken whore.
by mojoALD April 02, 2004
 
6.
A dummy who lies to make his beautiful girlfriend feel bad when he was actually doing something else.
Jerm lied to his girlfriend, therefore he is a liar.
by v0mmey September 06, 2008
 
7.
A statement made to dishonestly mislead another person.

The term is too broad. There needs to be three separate words.
One word where the liar has the intention to advantage themselves to the detriment of others. “I will clean my room today.”
One word where the liar has the intention to advantage the recipient of the lie without any detriment to the liar. “You did a very good job.”
One word where the liar has no intention to advantage or disadvantage anyone. “There is a Santa Claus.”
by Glockey April 05, 2008