The terrain and conditions surrounding the ball before it is struck. (noun)
The position of a fetus in the womb. (noun)
An intentionally false statement; an intentional falsehood. (noun)
A statement intended to deceive, even if literally true; a half-truth (noun)
To give false information intentionally. (verb)
To convey a false image or impression. (verb)
Examples of word lie
They learnt to lie, and they grew to appreciate the beauty of a lieÂ….
Â’ If again, it was not well cut, he would answer, I spake not true: this is called the Â‘reproof valiant: Â’ if again, it was not well cut, he would say, I lie: this is called the Â‘countercheck quarrelsomeÂ’: and so to the Â‘lie circumstantial, Â’ and the Â‘lie direct.
"Laddie lie near me," must _lie by me_ for some time.
| Modifier of _beds_. beds | | Prin. word in Prep.phrase. lie | | Predicate of _who_. and | | Connects _lie_ and _waste_. waste | | Predicate of _who_. away.
"_Laddie lie near me_ must _lie by me_ for some time.