By Vernalee
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The combined word may not exist in the dictionary, but double liars exist in real life. Allow me to define the term. A double liar is a person who lies at least twice about the same thing particularly after being given the opportunity to tell the truth. Liars generally don’t change. They are so astute at the craft of lying that they cannot distinguish the difference between fact and fiction. Characteristically, it is pleasing to be wedded to the truth. The truth is so easy; lies are complicated and require monitoring and efforts.
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