Lie - Tell tall tales

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  • Lie - Letter on L
  • 1 - st. word L
  • 2 - st. word I
  • 3 - st. word E

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Lie - Hammarskjold's predecessor Lie - 'the check is in the mail,' maybe Lie - Deception Lie - Rough position? Lie - A small one is white Lie - Statement from pinocchio Lie - Tell a whopper Lie - Little white thing Lie - 'fairy tale' Lie - Golf position Lie - You wouldn't want to be caught in one Lie - 'the check is in the mail,' perhaps Lie - Golf ball position Lie - Stay flat Lie - Trumped-up story Lie - Go flat? Lie - Invention, so to speak Lie - Tell a tall tale Lie - One of a pack, perhaps Lie - Fabrication Lie - Become prone Lie - Prevaricate Lie - Remain Lie - Tell tall tales Lie - Whopper Lie - Tell it like it isn't Lie - Taradiddle Lie - Golfer's concern Lie - Be less than candid Lie - Putting concern Lie - It's little when white Lie - Untruth Lie - It's not to be believed Lie - Many an excuse Lie - Toss the bull Lie - It may be analyzed before a stroke Lie - It isn't true Lie - Creative story Lie - Be positioned Lie - Make stuff up Lie - 'the check is in the mail,' often Lie - Fairway position Lie - Bit of slander Lie - More than an exaggeration Lie - Misstatement Lie - Tell stories Lie - Invention of a sort Lie - Ball's position on a golf course Lie - Golf ball location Lie - Be a bad witness Lie - Prevarication Lie - Truth decay? Lie - Golf ball placement Lie - Hammarskjšld's predecessor Lie - Truth decay Lie - Perjure oneself Lie - One of a pack? Lie - Tiger's position Lie - Mendacity Lie - Canard Lie - Practice deception Lie - Get prone Lie - Tarradiddle Lie - One might get caught in it Lie - Position for palmer Lie - Fanciful story Lie - It's bold-faced at times Lie - Palter Lie - A little one is white Lie - Weave a tangled web, say Lie - Equivocate Lie - Distort data Lie - Fib Lie - Stretch or stretch out Lie - Inventive account Lie - Cover up, essentially Lie - Depart from the truth Lie - Bald-faced bit Lie - Risk a perjury rap Lie - Be mendacious Lie - Sprawl Lie - Perjure Lie - Emulate iago Lie - More than a stretch Lie - Rest Lie - With 20-across, receive a posthumous honor Lie - Stretch out Lie - Weigh (on) Lie - Cypress point placement Lie - Placement, on the links Lie - Speak with a forked tongue Lie - What you may get caught in Lie - Be untruthful Lie - Large amount of fudge? Lie - A little bull? Lie - Tell falsehoods Lie - Perjurer's reply Lie - Falsehood Lie - "would i ___ to you?" (eurythmics tune) Lie - Tell a 'story' Lie - Story Lie - Commit perjury Lie - Perjury offense Lie - Bit of mendacity Lie - Fabulize Lie - Something bad to be caught in Lie - It's cooked up Lie - Relax Lie - Practice tact, perhaps Lie - Green situation Lie - Be deceitful Lie - Bad testimony Lie - Come up with a cover story Lie - More than fudge Lie - Bald-faced statement Lie - Bit of truth decay Lie - Make something up Lie - One in a pack? Lie - The varnished truth Lie - See 52 across Lie - Outright fabrication Lie - Alibi, perhaps Lie - You might find a bad one in the rough Lie - Be situated Lie - Rest, with "by" Lie - There's no truth to it Lie - One might precede "not!" Lie - Conceal the truth Lie - Shepard drama "a ___ of the mind" Lie - Bit of bad information Lie - Fish story Lie - A white one is little Lie - Course position Lie - Feed a line of bs Lie - Trumped-up tale Lie - Blip on a polygraph Lie - Say what's not so Lie - Courtroom revelation Lie - Practice deception, in a way Lie - Be a make-up artist? Lie - Be false Lie - Recline Lie - Fail a polygraph Lie - Bald-faced thing Lie - Be tactful, perhaps Lie - Stretch a point Lie - Stretch the truth Lie - Not a good thing to be caught in Lie - Worst kind of campaign promise Lie - Golf situation Lie - Serve up a whopper Lie - Bad thing to be caught in Lie - Polygrapher's detection Lie - Polygraph perturber Lie - If one is white, then it's little Lie - Links position Lie - Go beyond embroidery Lie - It may be cooked up Lie - Tall tale Lie - "i cannot tell a ___" Lie - Impossibility for washington Lie - Mike weir concern Lie - "a ___ of the mind," shepard drama Lie - Lounge Lie - Say what isn't so Lie - Falsify Lie - Bald-faced item Lie - What washington couldn't tell Lie - Way the ball sits Lie - Display dishonesty Lie - Tell a tale Lie - Be supine Lie - Risk a long nose Lie - Made-up story Lie - One may do it through one's teeth Lie - Alibi, maybe Lie - Varnished truth Lie - A little bull Lie - Relax, dog-style Lie - You can do it on your side Lie - "the check is in the mail," maybe Lie - Relax a la lassie Lie - Load of crap Lie - Invention that's not thought highly of Lie - Invention Lie - 'this puzzle is really, really hard,' e.g Lie - Fairway situation Lie - Be duplicitous Lie - Story, maybe Lie - Make it all up Lie - Tell fibs Lie - Interrogator's discovery Lie - Tell a tall one Lie - It's made up Lie - Alibi, at times Lie - Say a is not a, say Lie - Pinocchio no-no Lie - Be prostrate Lie - Fudge the facts Lie - '___ to me' (tim roth series) Lie - One may be caught in it Lie - Not be straight Lie - Weave a tangled web Lie - Use a chaise longue Lie - Invention, of a sort Lie - Golfer's position Lie - Use a little bit of make-up? Lie - "let sleeping dogs ___" Lie - Interrogator's red-flag raiser Lie - Fudge facts Lie - Position, in golf Lie - Golf-ball position Lie - Position on a course Lie - Perjurer's offense Lie - Get supine Lie - Be less than truthful Lie - Tell a good one Lie - Tell tales Lie - 'you ___!' (newsworthy 2009 outburst) Lie - Detector detection, ostensibly Lie - It's not true Lie - 'i cannot tell a ___' Lie - Polygraph indication Lie - Twist the truth Lie - Polygraphist's detection Lie - Tell a big one Lie - Interrogator's red flag raiser Lie - Big fib Lie - Weir's concern Lie - 'the dog ate my homework,' maybe Lie - Polygraph exciter Lie - Pinocchio's downfall Lie - Falsity Lie - Whopper you can't eat Lie - Baldfaced ___ Lie - ___ through your teeth Lie - Bit of baloney Lie - Make up an alibi Lie - Myth Lie - Fail to be honest Lie - Dispense bs Lie - Be caught by a polygraph Lie - Golf ball's position Lie - White __ Lie - Doctored account Lie - Polygraph's find Lie - Utter a falsehood Lie - Bit of truth decay? Lie - Be deceitful, in a way Lie - Fish tale, essentially Lie - "hips don't ___" (song by shakira) Lie - "the dog ate my homework," for one Lie - Take advantage of the la-z-boy, say Lie - Misstate the facts Lie - Polygraph detection Lie - Don't be straight Lie - Dispense untruths Lie - It may be part of a pack Lie - It's not good to get caught in one Lie - Amateur golfer's score, perhaps Lie - Rewrite history, in a way Lie - Deliberate falsification Lie - Tell a fib Lie - See 102-down Lie - Avoid the truth Lie - Use deceit Lie - Tale Lie - Whopper or fib Lie - Fiction Lie - Deceit Lie - Tell whoppers Lie - Suit accessory Lie - Golfer's problem Lie - Links location Lie - Phony story Lie - It's not true! Lie - Trygve of u.n. fame Lie - Impostor's tale Lie - Pinocchio's undoing Lie - Repose Lie - False story Lie - Be abed Lie - Falsification Lie - False tale Lie - Utter a fib Lie - Shave some years off your age, e.g Lie - 'hips don't ___' (song by shakira) Lie - Part of a pack? Lie - Imposture Lie - Coo! that would make him get down to work! Lie - What one may expect from 32 down, notwithstanding Lie - One can't stand its being 17 across Lie - One may thus be prone to exaggerate Lie - Truth to tell, that's not the way to be prone to do it Lie - Not, in truth, if you get down to it Lie - One might be prone to be like this - unbelievably so Lie - It's not true that one would still be with 24 across Lie - Don't believe that there's one like this in the french Lie - Don't believe you can get down to it (3) Lie - One just can't stand for this half-century, that is to say Lie - It's not true that this is how to get you down Lie - Enough to get you down? don't you believe it Lie - False statement Lie - True, it's not what you're up to Lie - If one is white, it's no big deal Lie - Assume recumbent posture Lie - Risk a perjury conviction Lie - Perversion of the truth Lie - You may get caught in it Lie - Prevaricate or recline Lie - Bad thing to get caught in Lie - Fib in alienation Lie - A white one is considered harmless Lie - Enough of what's 13 across to get one down Lie - Be prone to what is 17 across Lie - Just can't stand what's so false Lie - Can't stand anything so false Lie - 'not up to do this, unbelievably so (3)' Lie - In ___ of (rather than) Lie - Fairy tale Lie - 'so you're just gonna sit there and ___ to my face?' Lie - Links concern Lie - Varnished truth? Lie - Be a dirty double-crosser Lie - - Lie - Fictitious account Lie - Be horizontal Lie - Go beyond embellishment Lie - Fail a polygraph test Lie - Piece of fiction Lie - Fail to be truthful Lie - Trumped-up story, essentially Lie - Fib, e.g Lie - "i cannot tell a ___" (george washington's claim) Lie - Distortion, perhaps Lie - "the dog ate my homework" is a classic one Lie - Be prone to romance Lie - Resting place for the ball? it's unbelievable Lie - It's not true i was imprisoned by the french Lie - Be prone to untruth Lie - Be prone - misrepresent the facts Lie - Recline - untruth Lie - Porky Lie - Fib - be prone Lie - "he maketh me to ___ down in green ..." Lie - It's not so Lie - 'the dog ate my homework,' probably Lie - See 77-across Lie - Blow smoke Lie - Risk growing a long nose, like pinocchio Lie - A white one is small Lie - Thing in some packs Lie - What 'can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes,' per mark twain Lie - Potentially slanderous remark Lie - Of course, it's not the truth Lie - Stretch the truth or stretch out Lie - George washington no-no Lie - Crooked line? Lie - Dishonest response Lie - Tell untruths Lie - Sprawl, say Lie - Concern on the course Lie - It may influence which club you choose Lie - Whopper, e.g Lie - Assume a horizontal position Lie - Challenge a polygraph Lie - Perjurer's pronouncement Lie - 'i didn't know i was speeding, officer,' probably Lie - Position Lie - Whopper, so to speak Lie - With 'in' and 60-down, prepare for an ambush Lie - Pinocchio's peccadillo Lie - Serve up a whopper? Lie - False-hood Lie - Not shoot straight Lie - 'a ___ cannot live': martin luther king jr Lie - Where the golf ball is Lie - __ low Lie - Spin yarns Lie - Bit of jive Lie - Be flat Lie - Say 'i do' when you don't? Lie - Golf commentator's subject Lie - Use a bed Lie - "the check is in the mail," sometimes Lie - Fairway placement Lie - Excuse, sometimes Lie - Make baloney? Lie - Concern in the rough Lie - Golfball locale Lie - Baldfaced bit Lie - Commit perjury, say Lie - Stretch things too far Lie - Speak badly? Lie - More than stretch the truth Lie - Twist the facts Lie - More than a fib Lie - Say that this clue is 69-across, say Lie - Fictionalize? Lie - Fabricate one's facts Lie - Polygraph abnormalities Lie - Twist facts Lie - Certain kind of alibi Lie - -- in wait Lie - Bit of flimflam Lie - Utter fibs Lie - Certain deception Lie - Rest; deception Lie - Truly, the ball's position Lie - Ball position, of course Lie - --- to me (bon jovi) Lie - True golf ball position? Lie - True position Lie - Band fronted by tim wheeler Lie - Would i --- to you? (charles & eddie) Lie - Story needs to be buried Lie - Not a true position? Lie - True position of the ball Lie - Michael campbell often found a true one at wentworth on sunday Lie - True position for the golf ball Lie - Pork pie forming part of meal i eat Lie - Story - name missing from plot Lie - Loire regularly offers habitat for animal or bird Lie - But some believe it Lie - Claimed regularly to be ... Lie - Disinformation to be buried Lie - Couch - a whopper Lie - An untruth Lie - Stretch out story Lie - Be prone to leave song unfinished Lie - Be prone, perhaps, to create fiction Lie - Be deceptive Lie - Sleep (with) Lie - 'well, i'd love to keep talking ...,' probably Lie - Perjurious statement Lie - Factor in club selection Lie - Fail the polygraph Lie - Excuse, at times Lie - Tell a story Lie - "__ down in darkness": styron novel Lie - A bad one can raise one's score Lie - Statement that perverts the truth Lie - Don't stand for such blatant deception Lie - Stay hidden Lie - Be prone to misrepresentation Lie - Untruth; rest Lie - Rest; falsehood Lie - A white one isn't as tall as the others Lie - Position that is deceptive Lie - Song daughter missed -- and story Lie - Be prone Lie - Position or line that is a no-no for washington Lie - Untruth; recline Lie - Pork pie consumed in deli exclusively Lie - Alpines regularly found in this situation Lie - Be dishonest Lie - Exist without 5 or 16 Lie - Club-selection factor Lie - Be less than honest Lie - Break a witness-stand oath Lie - Weir concern Lie - Moment of dishonesty Lie - Deceptive statement Lie - Be prone to fib Lie - Polygraph indication, sometimes Lie - Overstretch Lie - Don't stand for this form of dishonesty Lie - Stretch out in bed maybe for story Lie - Be dishonest, in a way Lie - *björn's victim in the 1976 wimbledon final Lie - Be grounded Lie - Baldfaced thing Lie - Deliberate misstatement Lie - Hwy. to the queens-midtown tunnel Lie - 'this is the next-to-last clue,' e.g Lie - It may be white Lie - Unconvincing excuse, probably Lie - Be flat? Lie - Say 'i couldn't solve this clue,' say Lie - Say 'c-span 3 is my favorite channel,' probably Lie - Exercise tact, perhaps Lie - Rest tell porkies Lie - Incorrect affirmation Lie - Made-up tale Lie - Do nothing...or do something and say you're doing nothing Lie - Tall one Lie - Fish tale Lie - Allies conceal deception Lie - Tell porkies Lie - Club selection factor Lie - Cover for someone, say Lie - It might be bald-faced Lie - Stretcher, to huck finn Lie - 'the answer to this clue is an adjective,' say Lie - See 13-across Lie - Lay it on thick Lie - Bit of duplicity Lie - Whopper of a tale Lie - Stretch, of sorts Lie - Bit of misinformation Lie - 'your table will be ready in five minutes,' possibly Lie - Bit of fiction Lie - One of a rat's pack? Lie - Wave on a polygraph, maybe Lie - Misrepresentation Lie - Make a polygraph go nuts Lie - Post-drive position Lie - It may be white or bold-faced Lie - Big fish story Lie - 'baloney!' Lie - Be on the level? Lie - Politifact finding Lie - It's not the truth Lie - What you'd be embarrassed to be called on Lie - Avoid honesty Lie - Au fond d'une bouteille Lie - Racaille Lie - 'i already have other plans,' often Lie - Cooked-up account Lie - Fabricated statement Lie - Épaissit une sauce Lie - Falsify facts Lie - Many a campaign promise Lie - "___ to me. but please don't leave" sheryl crow Lie - Dmb "___ in our graves" Lie - Simple plan "your love is a ___" Lie - "___ to me, but please don't leave" crow lyric Lie - Deceptive david cook song? Lie - "hips don't ___" shakira Lie - "this is a ___" the cure Lie - Untrue dream theater song? Lie - Ramones "gonna have it all tonight, that ain't no ___" Lie - Bit of deception Lie - Become horizontal Lie - Attaché Lie - Deceive Lie - Go beyond fudging Lie - Bunch of baloney Lie - This answer has five letters Lie - Load of baloney Lie - Total fabrication Lie - Position at pebble beach Lie - Lot of baloney Lie - Make things up Lie - Deliver a falsehood Lie - Gwen stefani "baby don't ___" Lie - It's not a freaking 'alternative fact' Lie - Emulate pinocchio Lie - Bit of fake news Lie - Telltales Lie - Be idle Lie - 'bald-faced' thing Lie - 27-across, often Lie - Position on the fairway Lie - Deliberate omission, some say Lie - Regular portions of plaice or pork pie Lie - Get down, in a way Lie - It's little when it's white Lie - "little white" statement Lie - Au fond d'une bouteille de vin Lie - Attaché par un engagement moral Lie - A l'opposé de l'élite Lie - Invite a perjury rap Lie - Load of bunk Lie - You might get a bad one in the rough Lie - Utter falsehood Lie - What a polygraph will disclose Lie - Factor in golf club selection Lie - Whopper, but not a big mac Lie - Churn out whoppers Lie - "alternative fact" Lie - Fabricate Lie - Report "fake news" Lie - Issue fake news, say Lie - Whopper somewhat colossal, i expect Lie - Get in a prone position Lie - Extra cost for an airline passenger Lie - False utterance Lie - See 62 down Lie - Whopper, for example Lie - Épaissi Lie - Risk a perjury charge Lie - Pull a pinocchio Lie - Story to be stretched out? Lie - Rest horizontally Lie - Plèbe Lie - Dépôt qui se forme dans les liquides fermentés Lie - Red herring - is that something the sommelier swallowed? Lie - Factor in club choice Lie - Bit of fake 33-down Lie - Fond de bouteille Lie - Be an incredible speaker?
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