Contemporary Synonyms For “Lie”


by Leigh Lewis

“Following the press conference, (Sarah) Sanders spoke to the President, who told her she did a good job and did not point out any inaccuracies in her comments. Sanders told this Office that her reference to hearing from ‘countless members of the FBI’ was a ‘slip of the tongue.’ She also recalled that her statement in a separate press interview that rank-and-file FBI agents had lost confidence in Comey was a comment she made ‘in the heat of the moment that was not founded on anything’.” -The Mueller Report

Slip of the Tongue

Alternative Facts

Trip of the Lip

Artificial Intelligence


Mouth Burps


Verbal Gurgle

fActs of God


Furreal Talk


Nixon’s Maxims


The Gospel

My Word

The Truth of the Mutter

Pack of Tries

Concrete Belief

Remarkable Candor

Ponzi’s Promises


Little White Privilege Lies

Kidding. GOD! Can’t You Take a Joke? 

Ripley’s Believe It

Pinky Swears

Utter Stutter


Near Certaintyism

Pho Real Dough

Literally the Truth As We Know It

Opposite Day Words


Reverse Honesty


I Shit You Nots

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