So you prefer a politically convenient lie, rather than the truth.
The society began as a convenient lie in 1971, said George Bellinger, the president.
He wouldn't have meant them, so they would have just been convenient lies.
We do not tell them how to distinguish a small, convenient lie from a large, terrible lie.
Most of the men and women Peter interviews have accepted a convenient lie about their fathers that enables them to live with their shame.
Thoughts of a convenient lie to get me out of this situation left me little room for remorse.
The left's deep sensitivity to anti-Semitism had always been a convenient lie.
Medieval prophets were a convenient lie, but something had made sense out of the chaos which existed before time began.
Over the past few days he'd had time to think, and to recant the convenient lie he had been telling himself.
Whatever happened now, he would have to face it without the comfort of a convenient lie.