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A Pack Of Lies ( a number of statements which are all untrue ... )

"A Pack Of Lies"

When you hear a number of things which are untrue, you might angrily call them a "pack of lies."

Example: "He's the one who took the money. I saw him." Reply: "That's a pack of lies!"

Many things said which are all untrue are a pack of lies.

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