lie down[ lahy-doun ]SEE DEFINITION OF lie down
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIE DOWN
They are no longer afraid to lie down as they may have been for a week.
The officers and men not employed in the trenches were directed to lie down.
"If you've finished your curds you must lie down," said Miss North.
Little Dorrit was deeply anxious that he should lie down to compose himself.
Come and ask her if she is better; come and ask her to lie down.
Then should I lie down and rise up, and none to make me afraid.
Frank persuaded him to lie down, and in a little while his father was asleep.
The wolf said: “Very well, then let us lie down in our beds and sleep.”
She looked to my fancy as if she were trying but unable to lie down.
Despairing, conscious only of a desire to lie down, to rest, he tried another.