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mendacious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmendaciousmen‧da‧cious /menˈdeɪʃəs/ adjective formal  DISHONESTnot truthful mendacious propagandamendaciously adverb
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mendaciousBut Legasov's reassurance at Vienna was not as mendacious as many believed.a secretive and mendacious governmentIf they carry on confounding chronology in this mendacious manner, they are likely to hit 30 as I reach 60.
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