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Definition of "prevaricator" [pre•var•i•ca•tor]

  • Agent noun of prevaricate; one who prevaricates. (noun)

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Use "prevaricator" in a sentence
  • "Church founded on Peter-Why then is he called a prevaricator of the truth, a traitor to the truth;?"
  • "The pompous prevaricator is in. ) takes a lot a gall, given the man he is supporting."
  • "Take a lesson from the Bob Dole Charm School: If your opponent lies, enough with words like "prevaricator" or "misrepresenting the truth," call him or her a liar."