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a pack of lies

Definition of a pack of lies

  1. :  all lies <The information he gave us was just a pack of lies.>



Word by Word Definitions

packplay
  1. :  a bundle arranged for convenience in carrying especially on the back

    :  a group or pile of related objects

    :  a number of individual components packaged as a unit

  1. :  to make into a compact bundle

    :  to fill completely

    :  to fill with packing

  1. :  to influence the composition of so as to bring about a desired result

    :  to arrange (the cards in a pack) so as to cheat

  1. :  intimate

lieplay lies
  1. :  to be or to stay at rest in a horizontal position :  be prostrate :  rest, recline

    :  to reside temporarily :  stay for the night :  lodge

    :  to remain inactive (as in concealment)

  1. :  lay

    :  the position or situation in which something lies (see 1lie)

    :  the haunt of an animal (as a fish) :  covert

  1. :  to make an untrue statement with intent to deceive

    :  to create a false or misleading impression

    :  to bring about by telling lies

  1. :  an assertion of something known or believed by the speaker to be untrue with intent to deceive

    :  an untrue or inaccurate statement that may or may not be believed true by the speaker

    :  something that misleads or deceives


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