use prevaricating in a sentence.
I think a lot of the arguments that conclude that believing in God is irrational are actually prevaricating on the word "believe".
I've seen more prevaricating (and sometimes outright lying) this week from the hackers than from the lawyers so I, for one, hope that the lynch mob ceases immediately.
I also have a liberal arts education, but those fruitful years were reserved for prevaricating on and dissecting various obscure and convoluted logical arguments related to phenomenology.
I think it needs to be said as often as people continue prevaricating by using the word 'theft'.
Were I to call you a prevaricating snake that took bribes on your last 6 cases and were rogering the judge during tea time, then that would be libel.