A: Do you believe Tom’s promise?
B: I feel in my bones that he is lying.
A: Yeah. He always breaks his words.
feel in one’s bones that
e.g. I feel in my bones that my uncle Tom will come tomorrow.
e.g. She felt in her bones that the decision was wrong.
e.g. Maggie looked fearfully at Miss Agatha's blank face, and felt in her bones that another good beating was coming.
e.g. She felt in her bones that she would success.
breaks one’s words：食言
e.g. He's not the sort of man who would go back on his word.
e.g. I would have broken my word without compunction.
e.g. I've known him all his life, and he'd rather die than break his word.