lying

[ lahy-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF lying

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LYING

It seemed like one risen from the dead, for he supposed him lying at the bottom of the sea.

They had collected some of the emu feathers, which were lying all about.

It was awful to Harriett that her father should be ill, lying there at their mercy.

She was lying at the bottom of her white-curtained nursery cot.

The dog, lying by his side, seemed to look at me with sad, imploring eyes.

It is even feared that he may be lying at the point of death.

The coward would not have the courage to contradict her, but he would know if he were lying!

He pointed to the rigid form of the dead man, lying there so very near them.

We could see them lying in a little heap not far from the camp.

All lesser forms of lying are forbidden along with the greater.

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