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An insignificant or childish lie.
intr.v. fibbed, fib·bing, fibs
To tell a fib. See Synonyms at lie2.
[Perhaps from obsolete and dialectal fible-fable, nonsense, reduplication of fable.]
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|Noun||1.||fibber - someone who tells lies|
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fibber[ˈfɪbəʳ] N → mentirosillo/a m/f
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