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From Dictionary.com

  • To speak falsely or misleadingly; deliberately misstate or create an incorrect impression; lie. - Dictionary.com Unabridged
  • To stray from or evade the truth; equivocate. - American Heritage Dictionary
  • To be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or withhold information. - WordNet

From Thesaurus.com

  • ambiguity, amphibology, casuistry, coloring, con, cop out, cover, cover-up, deceit, deception, deceptiveness, delusion, dissimulation, distortion, double entendre, double meaning, double talk, doubtfulness, duplicity, equivocality, evasion, fallacy, fib, fibbing, hedging, lie, line, lying, misrepresentation, prevarication, quibbling, routine, run-around, shuffling, song, sophistry, speciousness, spuriousness, stall, stonewall, tergiversation, waffle




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