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A liar is a person who lies.

Liar may also refer to:

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Fiction

  • The Liar, a 1991 novel by Stephen Fry
  • "Liar!", a short story by Isaac Asimov appearing in the 1950 collection I, Robot

Movies

  • Liar (film), UK name for the 1997 film Deceiver, starring Chris Penn, Tim Roth, Ellen Burstyn, and Renée Zellweger
  • Liar Liar, a 1997 film directed by Tom Shadyac and starring Jim Carrey

Music

Other uses

  • Liar paradox, one of the classical paradoxes of logic (often referred to as "the liar")

Liars

Liars may refer to:

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