Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lie. (verb)
Great, wonderful(adjective) शानदार बेहतरीन
Examples of word lies
Of a carpet or any inanimate subject we should say, "It lies on the floor," "A knife _lies_ on the table," not _lays_.
Yet some ill natured skeptics have construed this to mean that all will tell lies sometimes, for -- as they accent it, even "Truth _lies_, at the bottom of a well!"
On the whole, no man ought, for any cause, to speak lies, or have anything to do with _lies; _ but either hold his tongue, or speak a bit of the truth: that is the meaning of a _tongue, _ people used to know!
***don't forget to point out the smearing lies the lying smearers are smearing with all their lies***
Different people may have equally no doubt as to what “gay marriage” means, but different opinions on where the term lies on this continuum.
The best way for pathalogical liers to not get caught in lies is to not say anything at all.
Meanwhile, the originator of the phrase "Liberal Fascism" was H.G. Wells, and his conception of the term lies at the very heart of my book's argument.
The real meat of the title lies in its elements of combat and questing.