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WORD OF THE DAY
Mendacious
men-dey-shəs
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, early 17th century
1

Frequently dishonest or deceitful

2

Untrue

Examples of Mendacious in a sentence

“If you weren’t so mendacious, I would be more inclined to believe your story.”

“Her mendacious words were delivered with conviction, but there was no truth behind any of it.”

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