fib definition

  • noun:
    • An insignificant or childish lie.
    • An insignificant or childish lie.
    • An insignificant or childish lie.
    • An insignificant or childish lie.
    • A lie, specifically one that is just about inconsequential.
    • A lie, especially one that's almost inconsequential.
    • A lie, specially one that's pretty much inconsequential.
    • brief as a type of fibula.
    • Short as a type of fibula.
    • Short type of fibula.
    • A lie, specially one that's just about inconsequential.
    • An insignificant or childish lie.
    • A falsehood; a lie; -- utilized euphemistically.
    • A falsehood; a lie; -- used euphemistically.
    • A falsehood; a lie; -- utilized euphemistically.
    • brief form of fibula.
    • A lie, particularly one that's almost inconsequential.
    • A falsehood; a lie; -- used euphemistically.
    • A lie; especially, a white lie; a venial falsehood, told to save lots of a person's self or any other from embarrassment.
    • Short form of fibula.
    • An insignificant or childish lie.
    • A lie, particularly one that's just about inconsequential.
    • a trivial lie
    • Short form of fibula.
    • A falsehood; a lie; -- used euphemistically.
    • A lie; especially, a white lie; a venial falsehood, informed to save your self or another from shame.
    • A lie; particularly, a white lie; a venial falsehood, told to truly save an individual's self or another from shame.
    • A falsehood; a lie; -- used euphemistically.
    • A lie; specifically, a white lie; a venial falsehood, told to save one's self or another from shame.
    • A lie; especially, a white lie; a venial falsehood, told to save lots of one's self or any other from embarrassment.
    • A lie; specifically, a white lie; a venial falsehood, told to save one's self or any other from embarrassment.
    • a trivial lie
    • a trivial lie
    • a trivial lie
    • a trivial lie
    • a trivial lie
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To tell a fib. See Synonyms at lie2.
    • to share with a fib. See Synonyms at lie2.
    • To tell a fib. See Synonyms at lie2.
    • to inform a fib. See Synonyms at lie2.
    • To tell a fib. See Synonyms at lie2.
    • To talk falsely.
    • To speak falsely.
    • To tell a fib. See Synonyms at lie2.
    • To speak falsely.
    • To talk falsely.
    • To speak falsely.
    • To speak falsely.
  • verb:
    • To rest, specifically pretty much inconsequentially.
    • To rest, especially more or less inconsequentially.
    • To lie, especially pretty much inconsequentially.
    • To rest, specially pretty much inconsequentially.
    • To rest, especially more or less inconsequentially.
    • To lay, particularly almost inconsequentially.
    • tell a somewhat insignificant lie
    • tell a comparatively insignificant lie
    • tell a somewhat insignificant lie
    • inform a somewhat insignificant lie
    • tell a relatively insignificant lie
    • tell a somewhat insignificant lie
  • verb-transitive:
    • to inform a fib to.
    • to inform a fib to.
    • to inform a fib to.
    • to share with a fib to.
    • to inform a fib to.
    • to share with a fib to.
  • others:
    • To say something incorrect; lie, particularly in a mild or comparatively innocent method.
    • to inform a fib to; lie to.
    • To beat of attack, particularly by delivering a succession of quick rapid blows.
    • to produce a succession of brief fast blows.
    • To say what exactly is not true; lie, particularly in a mild or comparatively innocent way.
    • to state understanding incorrect; lie, especially in a mild or comparatively innocent method.
    • to share with a fib to; rest to.
    • to express what's untrue; lie, particularly in a mild or comparatively innocent way.
    • to share with a fib to; lie to.
    • To beat of attack, specifically by delivering a succession of short fast hits.
    • to inform a fib to; lie to.
    • To say what's not the case; lie, particularly in a mild or relatively innocent method.
    • To beat of attack, especially by delivering a succession of quick rapid blows.
    • to provide a succession of brief quick hits.
    • to state something untrue; lie, especially in a mild or relatively innocent means.
    • to inform a fib to; lie to.
    • to produce a succession of quick fast hits.
    • to inform a fib to; rest to.
    • To beat of attack, particularly by delivering a succession of quick rapid hits.
    • to conquer of hit, particularly by delivering a succession of short fast hits.
    • to supply a succession of quick fast blows.
    • to supply a succession of brief quick blows.
    • To beat of strike, especially by delivering a succession of brief rapid hits.
    • to provide a succession of brief fast hits.

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