Lie our way out of something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
lie (one's) way out of (something) (redirected from lie our way out of something)
lie (one's) way out of (something)
To escape trouble or some predicament by telling lies. John lied his way out of a speeding ticket by saying he was rushing to his dying grandmother's hospital bed.
lie your way into/out of something get yourself into/out of a situation by telling lies: I lied my way into the concert by claiming to be a journalist. ♢ You can’t lie your way out of it this time, I’m afraid.