Erdogan's description of Israeli behavior toward the Palestinians as "genocidal" is mendacious and inflammatory.
They created well-intentioned rules—which most mendacious lobbyists have found a way to ignore legally.
Ross Douthat wrote in The New York Times that the media coverage of the bill was “mendacious” and “hysterical.”
Why call his speech before the United Nations “defamatory and venomous… full of mendacious propaganda?”
I think Bush is very conscious of the liberal charge that his administration was mendacious.
As long as we have that state of things, we shall have wars and secret and mendacious diplomacy.
Angie said suddenly and turned with a mendacious inspiration on her brother.
Like every artist of the mendacious, he was quick for those little deeds that would give his lies a look of righteous integrity.
Bein' a woman, you're too feeble-witted for reason, too mendacious for trooth.'
Everybody had eventually accepted that narrative as being accurate, but Mathieu now felt that it was mendacious.
1610s, from Middle French mendacieux, from Latin mendacium "a lie, untruth, falsehood, fiction," from mendax (genitive mendacis) "lying, deceitful," from menda "fault, defect, carelessness in writing," from PIE root *mend- "physical defect, fault" (see amend (v.)). The sense evolution of Latin mendax was influenced by mentiri "to speak falsely, lie, deceive." Related: Mendaciously; mendaciousness.