Fabulist

/ˈfabjʊlɪst/
noun
1 A person who composes or relates fables.
1.1 A liar, especially one who invents elaborately dishonest stories.

Origin
Late 16th century: from French fabuliste, from Latin fabula (see fable).

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It is not that common for a fabulist to be a writer. Most weave their oddly plausible lies in spoken words. Therefore, others may be blamed for mis-recording those words.

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