Antonyms for lain

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The trousers which had lain on the floor beside Hank's bed were no longer there.

You are all in a flush, now, and have lain down this sheet and said aloud: 'What an idea!

Any or all of these emotions might have lain beneath the smoulder in her eyes.

The suspicion which had lain deep in his mind sprang at once into life.

For this moment they had lain out in the snow, wet and hungry.

She put hers in it, and it lay there just as it had lain upon the couch.

Nature was thoroughly exhausted, and he had lain him down to die.

They had lain in the trunk a long time undisturbed; and he examined them musingly.

The enclosed has lain ready for you, therefore, by direction.

It is lain there from yesterday morning, till within this half-hour.