What does mendaciously mean?

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Adverb
  1. In a lying or deceitful manner.
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As a politician, he was very adept at speaking mendaciously in public.
Obviously this is mendaciously disingenuous coming from the erstwhile Prince of Darkness who has torpedoed many a career with anonymous briefings to journalists.
They have empathised with a lad who has done a horrible thing and apologised mendaciously.
Its most malign expression is meanness and luridness that, so mendaciously, pretends to be fierce truth holding up a mirror to meanness and luridness.
It may be fertile to consider, by way of a response to those who see psychoanalysis as mendaciously inculcating a narrative of loss, a passage taken from Elizabeth Costello.
Under the cloak of reform he's mendaciously lowering the safety net protecting the low paid as well as the jobless, sick and disabled.

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