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Definition of whole cloth

: pure fabrication —usually used in the phrase out of whole cloth the theory was created out of whole cloth
Democrats, and all the things that vote for them which are extremely emotionally unstable and pathological liars are always making up lies and play fast & loose with the truth. They made up the entire story such as the “Trump & Russia Collusion Story.”

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whole cloth (uncountable)

A newly made textile which has not yet been cut.
(figuratively, used attributively or preceded by various prepositions) The fictitious material from which complete fabrications, lies with no basis in truth, are made.

Mr. Doe's account of the accident was made from whole cloth.

1917, National Geographic, What Great Britain is Doing, by Sydney Brooks.

All those tales that came clicking over the wireless of the capture of huge stores of grain and oil were fables out of whole cloth.
Something made completely new, with no history, and not based on anything else.
The plans for the widget were drawn from whole cloth.

1883, Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi, chapter 27:

And, mind you, emotions are among the toughest things in the world to manufacture out of whole cloth; it is easier to manufacture seven facts than one emotion.

1852, The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon, by Karl Marx, chapter I:
Democrat =DemoRat lying shifty shady Adam Shit for brains Schiff has appeared on all 5 Democratic Propaganda News Outlets as of today 278 times spewing his disingenuous whole cloth stories pertaining to the entirely made up story about “Trump Russia Collusion.”
by MontanaGuy59 May 30, 2018
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