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prevaricator

[ pri-var-i-key-ter ]
/ prɪˈvær ɪˌkeɪ tər /
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Definition of prevaricator

noun
a person who speaks falsely; liar.
a person who speaks so as to avoid the precise truth; quibbler; equivocator.
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Origin of prevaricator

1535–45; <Latin praevāricātor;see prevaricate, -tor
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