She lies down on the floor and shows them, and they all laugh and make a fool of her.
And he lies down on his back in a field of clover, and stares up at the sky.
Then he lies down, droops his head, and puts on a woe-begone look.
He seeks his home; but that too is gone; and he lies down and dies broken-hearted.
If he wants to take a nap, he lies down with his ear to an open skylight.
For instance, when he lies down he invariably does so with his head down wind.
A man's bones are full of the sin of his youth, which lies down with him in the dust!'
An animal is satisfied when it has eaten; it lies down and sleeps.
Them red uns are strange and warm, and lies down like feathers.
It is his habit every night, before he lies down, to fire off his gun, then I will approach him.