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114 results for LIARS

27 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for LIARS.

DateGridClueAuthor
48DFigures in a classic logic problemMark Diehl
25ATruth tellers' oppositePeter Gordon
6DThey're beyond beliefSam Ezersky
17DOnes spinning webs?Alex Eaton-Salners
33DThose who need sound memories, per MontaigneLynn Lempel
62ADishonest typesLynn Lempel
41A___ poker (dollar bill game)Dick Shlakman and Jeff Chen
64APerjurers (2)David Woolf
1AThey aren't straightTim Croce
66A___ paradoxKevin G. Der
110DOnes with fictional accountsKevin G. Der
51DYarn spinnersBen Tausig
52DSpecialists in storytelling?Stella Daily and Bruce Venzke
92DInventive sorts?Patrick Berry
36D___ poker (bar game)Alan Arbesfeld
35DThey cook up whoppersPeter Gordon
2DYarn makersJerry E. Rosman
34DDupersRandall J. Hartman
20AMakeup artists? (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
7DMake-up artists? (2)Rich Norris
1AFalse witnessesFred Piscop
1DWhopper tellersDorothy Smitonick
121AWhopper creatorsCathy Millhauser
22DTellers of talesManny Nosowsky
61APerjurers (2)Evie Eysenburg
9AMythomaniacsPatrick Jordan
39DTale tellersNancy Joline

2 results for LIARS from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Oct 25, 2015panda28DOnes insisting that liras are Chinese moneyMel Taub
Apr 17, 2011panda26DThey deceive Sir AlMel Taub

85 results for LIARS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
65AEquivocatorsDorothy ElliottTaub
19ATaradiddlersStanley GlassMaleska
78DPseudomaniacsCharles E. GerschMaleska
59AFabulistsBernice GordonMaleska
55DKind of pokerWarren W. ReichMaleska
55APseudologistsI. Judah KoolykMaleska
23DKind of pokerJoel D. LafargueMaleska
22AFabulistsErnst TheimerMaleska
18DType of pokerJames L. BeattyMaleska
6DDouble-dealersRobert KatzMaleska
11DFibbersSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
16DPrevaricatorsMichael A. RampinoMaleska
47ADeceiversDon GroatMaleska
70ADeceiversJoy L. WoukMaleska
25DTaradiddlersRoger H. CourtneyMaleska
5ATall-tale tellersShirley SolowayMaleska
34AM√ľnchhausen et al.Martha J. DeWittMaleska
27DMendacious onesJames R. BurnsMaleska
27DFact falsifiersMary S. SnyderMaleska
23DFibbersSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
58AAnanias and his ilkEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
17DThey need good memoriesBette Sue CohenMaleska
60DEquivocatorsCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
25DPerjurersJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
25DMythomaniacsBert H. KruseMaleska
26DPseudologistsJesse RoarkeMaleska
26DPrevaricatorsArthur W. PalmerMaleska
64APseudologistsA. J. SantoraMaleska
59ADissemblersWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
23ADeceitful onesHerb L. RisteenMaleska
8DEmulators of AnaniasDorothea E. ShippMaleska
39AUnreliable onesHerb L. RisteenMaleska
25ATellers of twisted talesStephanie SpadacciniMaleska
24DThey need good memoriesElaine D. SchorrMaleska
12DPeople detected by polygraphsMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
32DPseudomaniacsSara V. TuckermanMaleska
53DMendacious menHenry HookMaleska
24DTruth stretchersJeanette K. BrillMaleska
28DEmulators of AnaniasMartha J. DeWittMaleska
56AUnreliable peopleTerry HealyMaleska
5AFabulizersWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
31DUnveracious onesHallie & Gerald ParsonsWeng
80AFibbersTom MixonWeng
6DTale-tellersNancy Scandrett RossWeng
46DTale tellersSophie FiermanWeng
50DTale-tellersLois HillisWeng
53DPerjurersUnknownWeng
66AMendacious onesUnknownWeng
15AThey need good memoriesEugene T. MaleskaWeng
3DSome fishermenFrances HansenWeng
6DUnreliable peopleUnknownWeng
29DContemptible ones.UnknownWeng
46AMisstatersAnthony MorseWeng
21DUnreliable ones.UnknownWeng
27DAnanias and others.UnknownFarrar
88AForked-tongue tribe.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
51DHypocrites' cousins.UnknownFarrar
61AMendacious men.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
59A"All men are ___."William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
10DTroublemakers.William WengFarrar
18AAnanias and Sapphira.UnknownFarrar
29A"All men are ___."UnknownFarrar
23AVeracity twisters.UnknownFarrar
1AMythomaniacs.Harold T. BersFarrar
63ADouble-talkers.S. A. KayFarrar
111AFabulists.Thomas MeekinFarrar
40ADeceivers.Madeline CorseFarrar
126ADouble-dealers.Harold T. BersFarrar
6DPerjurers.Madeline CorseFarrar
25ATale tellers.Irving L. RosenheimFarrar
10DTarradiddlers.Jules ArensbergFarrar
31DUntruthers.UnknownFarrar
9DMembers of a famous Wisconsin club.UnknownFarrar
31DSome homecoming fishermen.S. A. KayFarrar
76DFalsifiers.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
115ATruth fracturers.Albert CarrollFarrar
32DPerjurers.Ellsworth SmithFarrar
71ATall story tellers.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
21ACanard merchants.UnknownFarrar
55AFollowers of Baron Munchausen.UnknownFarrar
34ATale tellers.Louise RabbFarrar
75AMunchausens.Harold T. BersFarrar
40DTellers of fish stories.Hilda E. AllenFarrar
127AFabulists.Louis ShieldsFarrar
47DPrevaricators.Archie KreilingFarrar