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# Clue
1. Unveracious ones
2. Fabulizers
3. Unreliable people
4. Emulators of Ananias
5. Truth stretchers
6. Mendacious men
7. Pseudomaniacs
8. People detected by polygraphs
9. They need good memories
10. Tellers of twisted tales
11. Unreliable ones
12. Dissemblers
13. Pseudologists
14. Prevaricators
15. Mythomaniacs
16. Equivocators
17. Ananias and his ilk
18. Fact falsifiers
19. Mendacious ones
20. Münchhausen et al.
21. Tall-tale tellers
22. Taradiddlers
23. Deceivers
24. Fabulists
25. Tale tellers
26. Makeup artists?
27. Dupers
28. They cook up whoppers
29. ___ poker (bar game)
30. Problematic witnesses
31. Spinners of 21-Acrosses
32. Fabricators
33. Tribe in some logic puzzles
34. Ones with burning britches?
35. Deceitful folks
36. Pants-on-fire types
37. Untruthful folks
38. Iago and his ilk
39. Emulators of Ananais
40. False sorts
41. Some To "Tell the Truth" contestants
42. Baloney tradesmen?
43. Some people in the Knights/Knaves logic puzzles
44. Polygraph flunkers, most likely
45. Ananiases
46. Logic puzzle tribe
47. Tellers of tall tales
48. Whopper peddlers
49. Half the natives, in many logic riddles
50. Noelle Saxon's "___ Poker"
51. Those with their pants on fire?
52. Polygraph test failers
53. Tall tale tellers
54. Truth twisters
55. Some storytellers
56. They're not true
57. Taletellers
58. Good ones have straight faces
59. Inventive types?
60. Whopper inventors
61. Some are compulsive
62. Yarn weavers
63. Polygraph flunkers
64. Tale spinners
65. Truth ignorers
66. Some "To Tell the Truth" contestants
67. They're not to be trusted
68. They dissemble
69. Dishonest ones
70. Ones not to be trusted
71. __ poker (bar game)
72. Fish-story tellers
73. Left-of-center party member
74. Gulf of Sidra setting
75. Longtime Las Vegas entertainer
76. Only astrological sign with an inanimate symbol
77. Quiet demanders
78. Primitive drive
79. Profession for Laura Bush before the White House
80. Some September babies
81. Publisher's concern
82. Tabloid issue
83. Cast aspersions on, in a way
84. Aphrodisiacs boost it
85. Form of defamation
86. Media lawyer's specialty
87. What a tabloid may be sued for
88. Cooperative, balanced type, they say
89. Boost vertically, or boost from a store
90. Kettle cover
91. Elton John "Love ___ Bleeding"
92. Talk Talk "It's My ___"
93. '73 Jim Croce album about his story?
94. Those like Amy in "Gone Girl"
95. People who tell tall tales
96. They need good memories, so it is said
97. ABC's "Pretty Little ___"
98. Unreliable witnesses
99. Perjurers
100. Tale-tellers
101. Fibbers
102. Deceitful ones
103. Conservative's foe: Abbr.
104. Prog. Cons. rival, in Canada
105. Victimized by the press, say
106. Dangerous, as words
107. Media lawyer's concern
108. Whopper creators
109. They serve up whoppers
110. Story sources?
111. Whopper weavers
112. Tellers of tales
113. Whopper tellers
114. People who twist the truth
115. Make-up artists?
116. Yarn makers
117. Yarn spinners
118. Specialists in storytelling?
119. Inventive sorts?
120. False witnesses
121. End man in a minstrel show (5)
122. de Valera (5)
123. Tellers of fish stories
124. Munchausens
125. Followers of Baron Munchausen
126. Canard merchants
127. "All men are ___."
128. "It is the nature of ambition to make men ___": Tynan
129. "Pants on fire" fellows
130. "Pretty Little ___ " ABC Family series
131. Ananias and Matilda
132. Ananias and Sapphira.
133. Ananias and others.
134. Contemptible ones.
135. Creative sorts
136. Cretans supposedly... or not? Or...
137. Dishonest types
138. Double-dealers
139. Extreme exaggerators
140. Fabricators of facts
141. Fact fudgers
142. Falsehood addicts
143. Falsifiers
144. Fibbing folks
145. Fibbing sorts
146. Fiction authors?
147. Fiction writers?
148. Figures in a classic logic problem
149. Fishermen by reputation?
150. Fishermen frequently
151. Forked-tongue tribe.
152. Half the natives in many logic riddles
153. Half the villagers in a classic logic puzzle
154. Humbugs
155. Hypocrites' cousins.
156. Iago and Pinocchio
157. Ian Thomas song about untrue people
158. Inventors of a sort
159. It would be untruthful of me to pretend I have ever listened to this Brooklyn-based rock trio (but now I have and they're good)
160. Kind of poker
161. Make up artists?
162. Makeup experts?
163. Many politicians reportedly
164. Masters of misinformation
165. Mendacious men.
166. Misstatement sources
167. Misstaters
168. Munchhausen and Ananias
169. Munchhausen and Ananias for two
170. Nigerian princes offering you money probably
171. Ones exposed by fact-checkers
172. Ones failing polygraphs
173. Ones insisting that liras are Chinese money
174. Ones needing a good memory it's said
175. Ones spinning webs?
176. Ones with fictional accounts
177. People that tell untruths to get to shows
178. People with their pants on fire?
179. Perjurers e.g.
180. Polygraph flunkers most likely
181. Polygraph trippers
182. Post-truth speakers
183. Psychopaths often
184. Servers of whoppers
185. Some fishermen
186. Sources of stories
187. Story tellers
188. Storytellers
189. Storytelling specialists
190. Super dupers
191. Super dupers?
192. Superdupers?
193. Tale twisters
194. They aren't straight
195. They deceive Sir Al
196. They disinform
197. They make whoppers
198. They need good memories so it is said
199. They speak with forked tongues
200. They tell untruths
201. They're beyond belief
202. They're not on the level
203. They're not straight
204. Those known for their stories?
205. Those like Amy in 'Gone Girl'
206. Those who need sound memories per Montaigne
207. Those who palter
208. Truth tellers' opposite
209. Two of the 'To Tell the Truth' contestants
210. Type of poker
211. Unbelievable people?
212. Unreliable ones.
213. Unreliable sorts
214. Untrustworthy group
215. Untrustworthy ones
216. Untrustworthy people
217. Untrustworthy sorts
218. Untruthful ones
219. Untruthful people
220. Untruthful sorts
221. Veracity twisters.
222. Whopper fans?
223. Whopper servers?
224. Witnesses to avoid
225. ___ dice (gambling game)
226. ___ paradox
227. ___ poker
228. ___ poker (dollar bill game)
229. ___ poker (game played in bars)
230. Truth fracturers
231. Munchhausen and Ananias, for two
232. Sam Doe's country
233. Bloody Mary's daughter
234. Give a bad name
235. Ad add-on
236. Movement word
237. Women's follower
238. Ad or "women's" follower
239. Word with "ad" or "women's"
240. Actionable words
241. Ad-___ (improvise)
242. Women's ___
243. Ad-__ (wing it)
244. Left-winger, for short
245. Who's left?
246. To the left
247. Benghazi's land
248. Sign of balance?
249. Smear in print
250. Put down in print
251. Certain prisoner
252. Hat, in slang
253. Tell tall tales
254. Commit perjury
255. One who reclines
256. Compare
257. OPEC nation
258. Mأ¼nchhausen et al.
259. Ad follower
260. Put down in writing
261. It is the nature of ambition to make men __: Tynan
262. Ad-__
263. Defame.
264. Consolidated Army bomber.
265. Tellers of fish stories.
266. Oldest division European jurassic system.
267. European geological division.
268. Followers of Baron Munchausen.
269. Character in "South Pacific."
270. Pours offering.
271. Perjurers.
272. Some homecoming fishermen.
273. Truth fracturers.
274. Geologically important series of bluish rocks.
275. Untruthers.
276. Balinese girl in "South Pacific."
277. Tarradiddlers.
278. Important rock strata of the Jurassic system.
279. Ad ___.
280. Double-talkers.
281. Fabulists.
282. Mythomaniacs.
283. Geological division.
284. Troublemakers.
285. Girl in "South Pacific."
286. Place for books: Abbr.
287. Some homecoming fishermen
288. Members of a famous Wisconsin club
289. Untruthers
290. Tarradiddlers
291. Double-talkers
292. Veracity twisters
293. All men are ___
294. Ananias and Sapphira
295. Troublemakers
296. Hypocrites' cousins
297. Forked-tongue tribe