belie

[ bih-lahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF belie

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And here, the hospitality of the Dervish does not belie his Arab blood.

Since he had begun to belie his nature, mischief possessed him.

You simple man, they want you for themselves; that is why they belie me.

Archer's horse did not belie the character he had given of him.

She laughed to belie her words, but the note of agitation was not to be concealed.

This assertion seems to belie Pitt's reputation for truthfulness.

He is himself incapable of a miracle; it would be to belie himself.

If fame does not belie them, these Arab commanders are notorious smugglers.

Your ideas of the after-life seem to belie your professed creeds.

The Countess did not belie the estimate formed on first seeing her.

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