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

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The fact that those fellows haven't pulled out already indicates that they are planning to lie low.

The infantry now were pouring volleys on the kopje, whence they were again attacked with such warmth that they had to “lie low.”

They lie low and let their paid underlings stand the racket if it happens to come along.

He had gone quietly to visit Liszt at Weimar, meaning to "lie low" till the storm had blown by.

Richard WagnerJohn F. Runciman

Now I passed a command to the Ethiopians, of whom so far not one had fallen, to lie low and wait.

The Ancient AllanH. Rider Haggard

Round about here a man can lie low an' snug, an' safer than abroad, if he likes.

The Hole in the WallArthur Morrison

Champney longed to echo it, but thought best to lie low for a while and enjoy the fun so unexpectedly provided.

Flamsted quarriesMary E. Waller

If I don't want to get myself into trouble, I shall have to lie low, and mind what I'm doing.

Using John Willie's pencilled map, we could then find the place of rendezvous and lie low in the wood until the following morning.

No doubt he made some sign to the others across the creek to lie low when he saw us coming.

Christopher QuarlesPercy James Brebner

WORDS RELATED TO LIE LOW

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