Lies are Told for Only Two Reasons

Lies are told for only two reasons: to hide something; to get something.

The ways: bluffs, cheats, concealments, deceptions, deflections, denials, exaggerations, equivocations, false analogies, false claims, frauds, fabrications, innuendos, libels, lies, misrepresentations, obfuscations, omissions, understatements.

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