pack of lies


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pack of lies

n
a completely false story, account, etc
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Sometimes the boy thought they must all be inventions, a pack of lies.
Your Honor," he cried, "never have I heard such a pack of lies told by so bare-faced a liar--
She said: "My mum who is 87 had a quantity of money stolen from her by three evil men who told her a pack of lies about her roof needing work.
Statements by the additional deputy commissioner and secretary are a pack of lies,' he said in a video message.
6 (ANI): Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Brinda Karat on Tuesday poked fun at Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and said that latter and his party produce new pack of lies wherever they go.
Islamabad -- Pakistan Muslim League (PML) senior central leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi has termed Shehbaz Sharif statement regarding Chiniot mines leasing out as the Chief Minister as pack of lies which he had given while addressing a press conference after appearing before the NAB.
Pakistan Muslim League (PML) Central leader Chaudhry Parvez Elahi has termed Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif's statement regarding Chiniot mines leasing out as pack of lies which he had given while addressing a press conference after appearing before the NAB.
Talal Chaudhry termed the investigative report submitted by former Interior Minister Rehman Malik as pack of lies.
They promised that the law on Albanian language promotion will be up for voting in Assembly before the Government is adopted, but the pre-electoral promises turned out to be just a pack of lies.
Judge Stuart Rafferty QC told Ali: "It is perfectly plain you told this lady a pack of lies about yourself from start to finish.
Mr MacDonald said: "The defendant is making it up as he goes along, he has told a pack of lies about those keys.
THROWING MUCK' According to the prosecution at his trial, Stephen Streener, left, made up a pack of lies about Jackie Grant and her husband Bob