If the Times or Abramson, or both, is fibbing here, the credibility of the newspaper of record is now suspect.
“They were all adults, at least to the best of my knowledge… Some could have theoretically been fibbing about it,” he said.
The Baroness turned her smile toward him, and she instantly felt that she had been observed to be fibbing.
The only time women do at all well in fibbing is to each other.
He thought you were fibbing, and that made him give mother the ruthless coup de dent.
And that was uttered in such a way as to declare that Mrs. Western had been fibbing.
I do not know what to think, except that the old gentleman is not fibbing intentionally.
As Marjory was not in the habit of fibbing, she didn't know what to say.
But I have lived it down; I should like to hear any of them fibbing against me now.
I have no idea of going to the ball, and you would be the belle, if you were to attend; so there was no fibbing, was there?