lie

Part of speech: verb

To rest or lay oneself down at full length; sleep; lodge; abide.

Part of speech: verb

To utter falsehood; give a deceitful impression.

Part of speech: noun

An untruth; falsehood.

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Usage examples "lie":

  1. There, these stones, big and little, lie to this day. - "Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks", William Elliot Griffis.
  2. Maybe I'll take one and maybe I won't- all I really need is to lie down for a while. - "The Bat", Avery Hopwood Mary Roberts Rinehart.
  3. Do you think I want you to lie to me? - "A Little Rebel", Mrs. Hungerford.