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liar.........赖 哦 ..............说谎者
- liar (n.)
- early 13c., from Old English leogere "liar, false witness," agent noun from Anglian legan, West Saxon leogan "be untruthful, lie" (see lie (v.1)). "The form in -ar is probably in imitation of the refashioned forms such as scholar for scoler and pillar for piler." [Barnhart]
- 1. He was a congenital liar and usually in debt.
- 2. "She seems at times an accomplished liar," he said.
- 3. "Liar!" Sarah screamed, as she thrashed the child. "You stole it."
- 4. Considerable resources have been devoted to proving him a liar.
- 5. Her opponent called her a liar to her face.
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