Saturday, June 23, 2018

lies -

Lies (also called falsehoods) are a type of fraud in the form of false statements, especially with the intent to deceive others, often with a further intention to keep a secret or reputation, a sense of protecting a person or to avoid punishment or repulsion for one act.

Lying is declaring something that knows not true or that a dishonest person believes to be true with the intention that someone will bring him to the truth. A liar is a person who lies, who has previously been lying, or is inclined by nature to lie repeatedly - even when not needed.

Lying is usually used to refer to fraud in Oral or Written Communication. Other forms of fraud, such as disguise or Counterfeiting, are usually not considered lies, although the underlying intentions may be the same. However, even actual statements can be used to deceive. In this situation, it is the whole purpose of lying rather than the truthfulness of the statement of every individual who is considered a lie.