Vocabulary Word of the Day: Prevarication

pre·var·i·cate (pr-vr-kt)

intr.v. pre·var·i·cat·ed, pre·var·i·cat·ing, pre·var·i·cates
To stray from or evade the truth; equivocate. See Synonyms at lie2.

Can you think of a way to use "prevarication" in a sentence? Bonus points for thinking of politicians to whom this word might apply.

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1 comment:

  1. His many prevarications have apparently paid off...
    "If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan."


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