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    Lied through their teeth

    meaning?


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    Re: Lied through their teeth

    MW,

    This expression shows that someone is telling a big lie, and really doesn't care. A thief will "lie through his teeth" to avoid going to jail.

    Where are you getting all of these?

    PJ

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