(plural: ‘liars‘; pronunciation: the letter ‘i’ rhymes with the word “eye”; for the right pronunciation of this word, please click here)
a person who tells lies,
When a person who is not a teacher tells us that he/she is a teacher, we call it a lie and the person, a liar.
The verb word ‘lie’ has two different meanings: 1. to rest oneself in a horizontal position… on bed or sofa 2. to tell something that’s not true, and person who rests in a particular position is called a ‘lier’ and a person who tells untrue things is called a ‘liar’.
Some people believe that all businessmen and politicians are liars who make false promises to get their profits.
Now, to be frank with our own selves, we are all liars… lying for simple things just to a save some embarrassment or to save somebody from some misery or to gain a million dollar profit… but liars nonetheless!
Psychologists say that liars do not actually practice to lie; it just comes naturally to them.