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lying, present participle; lay, past tense; lies, 3rd person singular present; lain, past participle;
  1. Tell a lie or lies
    • - why had Wesley lied about his visit to Philadelphia?
    • - “I am sixty-five,” she lied
  2. Get oneself into or out of a situation by lying
    • - you lied your way on to this voyage by implying you were an experienced sailor
  3. (of a thing) Present a false impression; be deceptive
    • - the camera cannot lie
  1. An intentionally false statement
    • - Mungo felt a pang of shame at telling Alice a lie
    • - the whole thing is a pack of lies
  2. Used with reference to a situation involving deception or founded on a mistaken impression
    • - all their married life she had been living a lie

  1. a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth
  2. be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position
  3. Norwegian diplomat who was the first Secretary General of the United Nations (1896-1968)
  4. be lying, be prostrate; be in a horizontal position; "The sick man lay in bed all day"; "the books are lying on the shelf"
  5. dwell: originate (in); "The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country"
  6. position or manner in which something is situated
  7. A lie (also called prevarication, falsehood) is a known untruth expressed as truth.
  8. "Lie" is the first promatial single on progressive metal band Dream Theater's third album, Awake. Today it is one of the band's more well known tracks. The two songs "The Mirror" and "Lie" was originally one piece but was separated by unknown reasons. ...
  9. Awake is the third studio album by American progressive metal band Dream Theater, released on October 4, 1994 by East West Records. It was the last Dream Theater album to feature keyboardist Kevin Moore, who announced his decision to leave the band during the recording of the album.
  10. In obstetrics, the presentation of a fetus about to be born refers to which anatomical part of the fetus is leading, that is, is closest to the pelvic inlet of the birth canal. According to the leading part, this is identified as a cephalic, breech, or shoulder presentation. ...
  11. "Lie" is the first single by Black Light Burns from their debut album Cruel Melody. It was released to radio on March 20.
  12. The Lie (1912) is a silent war drama/romance motion picture short starring King Baggot and Lottie Briscoe.
  13. The terrain and conditions surrounding the ball before it is struck; The position of a fetus in the womb; To be in a horizontal position; To be placed or situated
  14. (lieing) Common misspelling of lying
  15. (lies) Great, wonderful
  16. (Lied(er)) German for 'song(s)'; in particular, a style of 19th century German song distinguished by the setting of texts from the literary tradition and by the elaboration of the instrumental accompaniment.
  17. (Lied) (plural Lieder): Any self-contained song in the German language. In Schubert's day, a distinction was made between a Lied (strophic song) and a Gesang (through-composed). This distinction has now disappeared.
  18. (Lied) German for song; often used as a term for art song.
  19. (Lied) Opus 29. 1978. Horn, piano. Ms
  20. (lied) a German song; the pronunciation is "leed" and the plural is lieder (pronounced "leader"). In some pre-Wagnerian German operas, the songs that the characters sing are called "lieder" as opposed to "aria" which would be the Italian determination.
  21. Lied, (German: song), Lieder in the plural, is used more specifically to indicate songs in the great German tradition of song-writing exemplified by the work of Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss and others. ...
  22. (Lies) A story true or untrue, there has to be a lie in there somewhere!
  23. (Lies) Their low ranks, and their refusal to lie, is often taken by many (who don't know any better) as proof that Ogryns are dim witted. ...
  24. (Lies) Used by those who believe "G N' R" is used instead of the band name (it stands for Guns N' Roses)
  25. (LYING) To make a false statement with the intent to deceive, or to purposely mislead someone into believing a falsehood. Most of the time, and in most circumstances, this is not a good thing, of course. ...