lye vs lie

lye lie

Definitions

  • 1) A strong caustic alkaline solution of potassium or sodium salts, obtained by leaching wood ashes. It is much used in making soap as well as its use in biodiesel.
  • 2) The liquid obtained by leaching wood ashes.
  • 3) obsolete A falsehood.
  • 4) (Chem.) Sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide, or a concentrated aqueous solution of either compound.
  • 5) (Railroad), engraving A short side line, connected with the main line; a turn-out; a siding.
  • 6) A strong caustic alkaline solution of potassium salts, obtained by leaching wood ashes. It is much used in making soap, etc.
  • 7) a strong solution of sodium or potassium hydroxide
  • 8) An obsolete variant of lee.
  • 9) An obsolete spelling of lie.
  • 10) Water impregnated with alkaline salt imbibed from the ashes of wood by the process of leaching; also, some solution of an alkali, as potash, which is itself the product of leached lye concreted by evaporation.
  • 11) A variant of lay.
  • 12) In a general sense, water charged with soluble solid matter by contact with a mixture of solid substances, partly soluble, partly insoluble.
  • 13) Obsolete spelling of lie.

Definitions

  • 1) The manner or position in which something is situated.
  • 2) A false statement deliberately presented as being true; a falsehood.
  • 3) Something meant to deceive or mistakenly accepted as true.
  • 4) A haunt or hiding place of an animal.
  • 5) Sports The position of a golf ball that has come to a stop.
  • 6) An obsolete spelling of lye.
  • 7) That which is intended or serves to deceive or mislead; anything designed or adapted to produce false conclusions or expectations: as, this epitaph is a lie.
  • 8) Manner of lying; relative direction, position, arrangement, etc. See lay, n., 4.
  • 9) A false statement made with the purpose of deceiving; an intentional untruth; a falsehood; the utterance by speech or act of that which is false, with intent to mislead or delude.
  • 10) The place where a bird, beast, or fish is accustomed to lie or lurk; haunt.
  • 11) An obsolete form of lee.
  • 12) In railroading, a siding or short offset from the main line, into which trucks may be run for the purpose of loading and unloading; one of the different sets of rails at a terminus on which trucks stand while being loaded or unloaded.
  • 13) Synonyms Untruth, deception. Compare fib.
  • 14) To be placed on or supported by a surface that is usually horizontal.
  • 15) Archaic To stay for a night or short while.
  • 16) To present false information with the intention of deceiving.
  • 17) To occupy a position or place.
  • 18) To be or remain in a specified condition.
  • 19) To be or place oneself at rest in a flat, horizontal, or recumbent position; recline.
  • 20) To exist; reside.
  • 21) To be buried in a specified place.
  • 22) To extend.
  • 23) To consist or have as a basis. Often used with in:
  • 24) To say or write as a lie.
  • 25) To convey a false image or impression.
  • 26) Law To be admissible or maintainable.
  • 27) (lie) To bide one's time but remain ready for action.
  • 28) (lie) To keep oneself or one's plans hidden.
  • 29) (lie through (one's) teeth) To lie outrageously or brazenly.

Examples

  • 1) No wood for hot water, so had to use ashes and lye again.
  • 2) The resulting lye was then boiled into salt in earthen pots, using wood from the dense local forests as fuel.
  • 3) The floors of the main living area are made from Douglas fir planks with a light lye and white-soap finish.
  • 4) Regarding your question "Other than lye, is soap dangerous?" the short answer is "No!"
  • 5) Prepared cotton fibers received successive steepings in lye, olive oil, alum, and dung in addition to several madder baths and aftertreatments.
  • 6) For now they must brew the Christmas ale, steep the Christmas fish in lye, and do their Christmas baking and Christmas scouring.
  • 7) Who are the people today that deliver “phrases, washed in lye, about heroes and heroic death,” but fail to attend a single soldier’s funeral for fear that death — real death, not the kind they have on CSI — might cross an American’s TV screen?
  • 8) 'Lutefisk' is an infamous Norwegian dish composed of fish soaked in lye.
  • 9) The soap will now be found united at the top of the liquor, or what is called the waste lye, which is of no further use, and is therefore drawn off.
  • 10) If they weren't throwing acid, it was probably because they were throwing lye, which is a base but has pretty much the same effect.
  • 11) In 1785, he introduced a bleaching liquid called lye de Javelle and publicized his technique without patenting it.
  • 12) ‘Sodium hydroxide, NaOH, also known as lye and caustic soda, is one of the most important of all industrial chemicals.’
  • 13) ‘For example, sodium oxide dissolved in water yields sodium hydroxide, or lye.’
  • 14) ‘To make the Biodiesel, we heated the oil, then mixed in a measured solution of methanol and lye.’
  • 15) ‘In oven cleaners, lye and sodium hydroxide can burn skin, eyes, and the respiratory tract.’
  • 16) ‘From the age of 15 or so, I would have my hair straightened with such hair-loving products as lye and perm solution.’
  • 17) ‘One of the most popular dishes is lutefisk, stockfish softened in a solution of lye.’
  • 18) ‘One member created an alternative cement for the concrete floor of our sauna, using fly ash (from coal burning plants, not waste dumps!), citric acid, lye, and borax.’
  • 19) ‘Other household items carried by the stores on wheels included washing powder, liniments, salve, and lye used for making soap.’
  • 20) ‘One involves a chemical reaction: Mix the oil with methanol and lye, and you get a stable, vegetable-based fuel called biodiesel.’
  • 21) ‘Technically detergents are called ‘Synthetic Detergents’ as they are not made from fats and lye from which soap is made.’
  • 22) ‘If more alkalinity was needed, then borax, sodium metaborate, sodium carbonate, or even lye were used.’
  • 23) ‘Because soap is made primarily from a caustic blend of boiled animal fat, lye and soda, it is highly alkaline.’
  • 24) ‘The catalyst is usually a base, either lye (which is NaOH) or potassium hydroxide.’
  • 25) ‘Most conventional whitening toothpastes use sodium or potassium hydroxides, also known as lye, which is considered a poison by the Food and Drug Administration.’
  • 26) ‘Make soap using lye (from hardwood ash) and animal fat.’
  • 27) ‘I told him about the time that Mother almost burned herself with lye from the soap we were making.’
  • 28) ‘I set to work scrubbing on my green hair with the strongest lye soap, hoping for positive results.’
  • 29) ‘When you mix ten parts oil with one part of methanol and a pinch of lye (the catalyst), the mixture settles out into about ten parts biodiesel and one part glycerine.’
  • 30) ‘Chemistry fans take note: lye is also called caustic soda and sodium hydroxide, but most people just call it lye.’
  • 31) ‘It's important to avoid conventional oven cleaners; they contain lye and ammonia, which can damage your respiratory tract if inhaled.’

Examples

  • 1) But under the surface of the city streets lies a sadder story.
  • 2) She warns us that she might lie about her personal life.
  • 3) Or to check the lie of the land?
  • 4) You do not need to read between the lines to know what lies ahead.
  • 5) They just give lies on top of other lies.
  • 6) The best way to make this lie on your floor.
  • 7) We ran outside and there was a man lying near the back of the car who looked like he was dead.
  • 8) The blame lies with that country 's government.
  • 9) A strip of upturned earth lies beside the site.
  • 10) The city lay behind them under a tattered amber smog.
  • 11) We had a fight and old stuff came up about me lying.
  • 12) We like to be familiar with the lay of the land.
  • 13) Tune in to what lies ahead and focus on getting there.
  • 14) You just want to lie down all the time.
  • 15) She lay on the floor hurt and stunned.
  • 16) The future of this country lies in social mobility and diversity.
  • 17) The big areas for reform lie elsewhere.
  • 18) The responsibility for accessing the internet and the choice of site lay with the individual.
  • 19) But at the heart of it lies the arrogance of power unchecked.
  • 20) Who is to say where reason lies in such a case?
  • 21) She lies to us when she stays at his place and lies about money too.
  • 22) She thinks something sinister could lie beneath the ice.
  • 23) The reason for its popularity lies in the way it drives.
  • 24) They placed me in a lying position on the back seat.
  • 25) It looks as if the card is simply lying on the open hand.
  • 26) The answer to their dilemma is sometimes to tell a lie.
  • 27) The lie of the land on the coast can be deceptive.
  • 28) The patient lies strangely angled with his feet in the air, his head near the ground.
  • 29) A city of rock lay all around us.
  • 30) I can now - mostly - tell what angle they are lying at.
  • 31) They learnt to lie, and they grew to appreciate the beauty of a lie….
  • 32) ’ If again, it was not well cut, he would answer, I spake not true: this is called the ‘reproof valiant: ’ if again, it was not well cut, he would say, I lie: this is called the ‘countercheck quarrelsome’: and so to the ‘lie circumstantial, ’ and the ‘lie direct.
  • 33) "Laddie lie near me," must _lie by me_ for some time.
  • 34) | Modifier of _beds_. beds | | Prin. word in Prep.phrase. lie | | Predicate of _who_. and | | Connects _lie_ and _waste_. waste | | Predicate of _who_. away.
  • 35) "_Laddie lie near me_ must _lie by me_ for some time.
  • 36) All the origins of the term lie in expressions of argument and opinion, and of "dissent" from ruling systems or ideologies.
  • 37) Sometimes the best way to lie is to tell the truth.
  • 38) So when politicians lie, and honest people in the debate try to "explain" why the lie is a lie, we then give credence to the lie by providing the details!
  • 39) And this lie is all too willingly swallowed up by the American Sheeple.
  • 40) ‘You'll lie here and rest until the young master recommends otherwise for you!’
  • 41) ‘By 11.30 pm, my stomach was growling and I was lying horizontal on the sofa yawning, as she made mention yet again of leaving.’
  • 42) ‘She was lying, asleep we assumed, on the carpet outside our bedroom door.’
  • 43) ‘His arms were bound to the surface he was lying on and so were his legs.’
  • 44) ‘It would happen even when she was lying on her bed trying to rest.’
  • 45) ‘She was lying on her bed, supported by her left arm as the right one flipped through magazines.’
  • 46) ‘Instead, Chelsea finds her mother lying on the bed, her back supported by pillows to prop her up into a seated position.’
  • 47) ‘When they finally made their way upstairs, Kate lay down on the bed and didn't resurface the rest of the night.’
  • 48) ‘I was lying down to rest for a moment, and I must have drifted off.’
  • 49) ‘Subjects were asked to lie on a support surface, positioning their left heel on the end cell of a support surface.’
  • 50) ‘She cried out in pain and frustration, and remained where she lay.’
  • 51) ‘She lies on an empty avenue overlooked by curious streetlights.’
  • 52) ‘When they detect a predator, chicks either lay low in the nest and remain still, or lie on their backs and strike at the predator with their talons.’
  • 53) ‘But lying there in that empty bedroom told me exactly what kind of girl I was, and what kind of girl I would never be.’
  • 54) ‘Instead, I'm just staring blankly at the metal ceiling trying to keep my head empty whilst lying on the mattress.’
  • 55) ‘Today she lay on her back and looked up at the gray sky through the twisted branches of the oak.’
  • 56) ‘He had no idea how long he had been lying there, or how long he could have remained there before anyone came.’
  • 57) ‘The sun had been beating fiercely down on her tear-streaked face as she saw her father lying there, dead.’
  • 58) ‘The next time, he was lying dead in Bradford Royal Infirmary.’
  • 59) ‘The dead woman lies cold and serene on a formal bier.’
  • 60) ‘The walls were made of stone and a small pallet lay by two book cases.’
  • 61) ‘Beer bottles and cups were scattered about the room and a pizza box lay open on the table.’
  • 62) ‘He circled around the machine to where a sole book lay on a work surface.’
  • 63) ‘Flip the pad on a preacher bench so your chest and abs rest on the inclined side and your arms lie along the flat, vertical side.’
  • 64) ‘Make sure the paper flange and the staples lie flat against the board, to create an even surface for attaching the finished wall material.’
  • 65) ‘She stepped closer to the bed where the open suitcase lay, picking up a pearl necklace.’
  • 66) ‘This roomy yet compact bag lies flat, with adjustable compartments and a mesh opening for ventilation.’
  • 67) ‘The river had come over its banks several times more since the big flood, and was up again today, and heavy rainfall lay on the surface rather than draining away.’
  • 68) ‘For example the boot can take a child buggy and golf clubs, both items lying flat on the floor, between the rear wheel arches, without having to utilise the folding seat facility.’
  • 69) ‘Her eyes grew accustomed to the starlight and she spotted her own shadow lying on the surface.’
  • 70) ‘The emptied wax wrapper of a disposable cardboard bento box lay next to his sprawled mass.’
  • 71) ‘Eventually, as she got older, the bank book lay unused in a drawer.’
  • 72) ‘On the desk under the palm of her left hand lay a black book, a fairly thick one at that.’
  • 73) ‘Then during a lull in the sickening waves of withdrawal, he noticed a pack of book matches lying on one of the flat, iron crosspieces between the bars.’
  • 74) ‘To cook asparagus, remove the woody ends first and peel part way up if the stalks are tough, then place in a skillet where the stalks can lie flat.’
  • 75) ‘The romance novel lay on Eva's boudoir dresser, open and ragged from her wear-and-tear for the last week and a half.’
  • 76) ‘Only one thing lay there, a small black leather bound address book.’
  • 77) ‘With eyes sharpened by experience, a senior member of the team has spotted remains lying beneath a felled palm tree.’
  • 78) ‘Forty or fifty feet before it lay the broken remains of a section of stone wall that had been erected there, possibly as a target.’
  • 79) ‘It's now that I notice the empty liquor bottles, lying broken on the floor.’
  • 80) ‘For more than 400 years, the remains of James Hepburn, the 4th Earl of Bothwell, have lain in a Danish church where they were turned into a grisly tourist attraction.’
  • 81) ‘The corpses were left where they lay pending forensic examination today.’
  • 82) ‘He lies among the remains of pontiffs from centuries past and near the tomb traditionally believed to be of the Apostle Peter, the first pope.’
  • 83) ‘A large Celtic Cross stands in the middle of the plot and there too many of the Jones Family lay at rest underneath.’
  • 84) ‘After all, there would be no point in saving a building just for it to lie empty and rot.’
  • 85) ‘As a child I wandered through it when it lay silent and empty.’
  • 86) ‘For 170 years Ballina's Augustinian Abbey has lain derelict and inconspicuous at the bottom of Ardnaree near St Muredach's Cathedral.’
  • 87) ‘Number thirty-two had lain empty for over a year, and its unlocked garage acted as our unofficial gang headquarters for dirty deeds and general hiding from parents.’
  • 88) ‘The writings specify an abbey that has lain unused for a century, and that is what this is.’
  • 89) ‘The body was taken from the villa up the hillside, where it lay for a night in the church.’
  • 90) ‘His remains, which lay undisturbed for 59 years, have been found in a swamp near the town of Nieuw Chappelle, along with the wreckage of his plane.’
  • 91) ‘Situated on the outskirts of Ballybunion, this church was built in 1930 and has now been lying idle and in a general state of disrepair for over three decades.’
  • 92) ‘The original hospital buildings date back to the 1850s, but the site has lain empty for nearly five years while the Clements Park estate has grown up around it.’
  • 93) ‘And, in some winter scenes, the landscapes lie still and silent as though waiting for the ice and snow to melt.’
  • 94) ‘Other times, the water lies still and flat, reflecting the blaze of sunset and sunrise.’
  • 95) ‘Similarly, our comedies season is not just about laughter, but the yearning for harmony and reconciliation which lies at the heart of Shakespeare's great comedies.’
  • 96) ‘The Belgian band encapsulated the friendly spirit of fraternity that lies at the heart of folk.’
  • 97) ‘It's the coming together with a common purpose of two such different men that lies at the heart of his novel.’
  • 98) ‘Imaginary resources, in the form of sovereign rents and aid flows, lie at the heart of the impasse.’
  • 99) ‘Where there is trouble to be enacted, they lie at its bitter heart.’
  • 100) ‘To perform the operation with pencil and paper one must start with the million or so numbers among which the solution is known to lie.’
  • 101) ‘While an accurate prediction is near impossible, the attention of many in the market is now turning to the subject that lies at the heart of economic performance: consumer confidence.’
  • 102) ‘The answer, of course, does not lie within the hallowed halls of government, finance or business.’
  • 103) ‘The solution, of course, may not lie inside the churches at all.’
  • 104) ‘As ever, a painting freezes a moment and expression in time and has the viewer wondering what story lies beneath the surface.’
  • 105) ‘The power of art lies not in its surface beauty but in its quality of inducing self-reflection.’
  • 106) ‘Therein lies the rub for those who would curb latte consumption with pocketbook reasoning.’
  • 107) ‘The answer lies somewhere between these two extremes.’
  • 108) ‘Perhaps the answer lies somewhere in the fact that the world is imperfect and gets more so every day.’
  • 109) ‘In spite of these reform measures that favor the implementation of integration, a number of challenges still lie ahead.’
  • 110) ‘The truth lies somewhere between these two extremes - although closer to the pro side than the con.’
  • 111) ‘The answer lies just ahead in what many are calling the interview of the century.’
  • 112) ‘The heroic prototype is considerably watered down and herein lies the crux of the problem.’
  • 113) ‘Do one's loyalties lie on one side, the other, or somehow on both?’
  • 114) ‘The real blame lies at the feet of the people who profit from this carnage.’
  • 115) ‘The town of Shanhaiguan lies on a five mile sliver of plain between mountains and sea, a pass that opens like an avenue into the heart of China.’
  • 116) ‘Bishop's Crossing is a small village lying ten miles in a south-westerly direction from Liverpool.’
  • 117) ‘The neutral locus lies at two different positions between two selected loci.’
  • 118) ‘The proposed site for the centre lies between the Airport Road and the Burma Road.’
  • 119) ‘As Newry's push for city status reaches fever pitch, a forgotten city lies merely 10 miles away from the frontier town.’
  • 120) ‘On a Salmon River tributary downstream from Francis' place lies the site of the old mining town of Florence.’
  • 121) ‘The village lies five miles east of Ilfracombe in a valley that runs from the north-western edge of the Exmoor upland down to the Bristol Channel.’
  • 122) ‘I consider however that a means of overcoming the problem should be feasible although it may involve land lying between the appeal site and the river that is not in the control of the appellant.’
  • 123) ‘Besides, the port lies just 10 nautical miles from the international shipping route.’
  • 124) ‘Taxis are available for the ride into town, which lies just three miles away.’
  • 125) ‘The city lies 100 miles south of the U.S. border in Baja, California.’
  • 126) ‘The town of Whistler lies 15 miles away, just over the summit of 7,639-foot Rainbow Mountain.’
  • 127) ‘The fact that Grange lies ten miles north of Sligo town means it is never likely to be considered a suburb of the town, which is just fine for the many people who call Grange home.’
  • 128) ‘Culturally integrated but politically separate, the United States Territory of Guam lies thirty miles farther south at the bottom of the chain.’
  • 129) ‘The Aral Sea lies within Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.’
  • 130) ‘The top of the Kimmeridge Clay Formation lies within the more widely used, but poorly constrained, Tithonian Stage.’
  • 131) ‘And it lies within a stone's throw of the most intensively used footpath on the North York Moors.’
  • 132) ‘At Nagaon, it lies within a palm grove and is about an eight-minute walk from the Nagaon Beach - a complete horticulture project.’
  • 133) ‘Still, the reef can be safely explored from dozens of places along the Queensland coast, where it lies within a couple of hours' boat trip from the shore.’
  • 134) ‘As a matter of etiquette, York and Ainsty South had to give permission for hounds from other hunts to attend, as York Minster lies within its area.’
  • 135) ‘Wind whistled against the hole in the back wall, which heightened the eerie effect of the scene which lay before them.’
  • 136) ‘An open door lay beyond them and Chris could see the first few steps of the staircase that would lead him to the top floor.’
  • 137) ‘The first team currently lie mid-table in the York and District League division one, while the reserves prop up reserve ‘B’.’
  • 138) ‘On Wednesday night, against a team lying fifth in the Portuguese league, United made their earliest exit from the Champions League in a decade.’
  • 139) ‘The Cape Town team is currently lying mid-table and will be desperate to prove their cup success last season was no fluke.’
  • 140) ‘They have the tenth best goal-scoring record and the twelfth best defensive record, suggesting the team should be lying mid-table rather than sixteenth.’
  • 141) ‘Currently lying 12 th in the league, they still harbour hopes of a play-off push but have been hindered by a failure to go on and win games.’
  • 142) ‘They currently lie 8th in the Northern Counties East League, first division.’
  • 143) ‘Workington currently lie next to bottom in the league table with just two victories and a draw from their nine games.’
  • 144) ‘Currently lying 15th in the championship, Dean is confident of rising through the ranks as the 18-race season progresses.’
  • 145) ‘After five matches the town lies 6th place overall out of a total of 8 towns.’
  • 146) ‘New Earswick will be anxious to avoid a sluggish start against Dewsbury Moor, who have just one win from their opening five games and lie just one place off the bottom.’
  • 147) ‘Before the judge and before us there was some debate whether such a claim lies for breach of fiduciary duty generally or only those which also involve the misapplication of property.’
  • 148) ‘Where a policy provides cover against one of two or more concurrent causes of a casualty, a claim will lie under the policy provided that there is no relevant exclusion.’
  • 149) ‘Prerogative remedies for criminal charges will not ordinarily lie where an appeal is available.’
  • 150) ‘Where the injury to the claimant is caused as a result of his especially sensitive activity, no claim will lie.’
  • 151) ‘He said that the Crown Prosecution Service accepted the pleas and would ask for the rape charge to lie on the file after sentence.’
  • 152) ‘With the lie of Scottish theatreland already shifting, we are seeing a nascent, semiconscious shuffling for position for next year's awards.’
  • 153) ‘Then, too, I am scared of tying too much money up here, not being entirely sure where the lie of the politics is.’
  • 154) ‘You should brush along the lie of the hair, and in the places hardest for the cat to reach such as under the chin and the back of the neck.’
  • 155) ‘You have been invited to play a new golf course and now want to find out more about it, perhaps even ‘walk’ the course in advance of your game or visualise the lie of the greens.’
  • 156) ‘Look, the last thing that a star wants is to disrupt the lie of a dress by eating a cheeseburger before a show.’
  • 157) ‘Change the lie and the shot to keep your mind engaged.’
  • 158) ‘You can play this shot off any lie, even bare ground if your wedge has minimal bounce.’
  • 159) ‘As the lie gets deeper, the ball automatically goes farther back in your stance.’
  • 160) ‘She decides to play the shot anyway, because the lie is so good.’
  • 161) ‘If the heel is up then well-struck shots will go right, and the lie needs to be more upright to correct.’
  • 162) ‘And I told the world that your case for the war was a pack of lies.’
  • 163) ‘It implies that everything up until now has been a pack of lies.’
  • 164) ‘I was appalled at the political mileage that was made out of a pack of lies told about desperate people in need.’
  • 165) ‘It is largely a pack of lies but it is an ingeniously presented pack of lies.’
  • 166) ‘They can be made by a young conscript who chooses to tell her family about the horrors to which she contributed, rather than maintain the silent lie of false heroism.’
  • 167) ‘The first statement is an honest-to-goodness lie, the last a half truth.’
  • 168) ‘The above was, of course, a pack of lies designed to illustrate the fact that fox hunting is not a sport.’
  • 169) ‘This conformity makes them not false in a few particulars, authors of a few lies, but false in all particulars.’
  • 170) ‘They tell lies, they give false addresses, they even take out temporary accommodation in the area.’
  • 171) ‘But, on the merits, what he says in between is just flat-out false, a lie.’
  • 172) ‘In the absence of such a consequence, the statement is a lie.’
  • 173) ‘This is a farce, a cruel hoax, a pack of lies, a fraud.’
  • 174) ‘The ingredients are fear, pejorative statements, secrecy, lies, a bought press and economic uncertainty.’
  • 175) ‘Accordingly, you resort to false premises, lies and diversionary tactics.’
  • 176) ‘It was as if everything I believed in was proved, in one revealing second, to be false, lies.’
  • 177) ‘We make things too easy for ourselves if we regard such a statement as a barefaced lie.’
  • 178) ‘I needn't remind you that this is the very same society that shackles them with its false smile and pristine lies and acts as a drug for the braindead masses.’
  • 179) ‘Soon I would be thrust into the upper-class whirlwind of lies and false smiles.’
  • 180) ‘But when you live a false life, the lies are all you have to keep you honest.’
  • 181) ‘She was bold, brave and was able to get herself out of almost any situation through quick lies and witty deceptions.’
  • 182) ‘To be forced to present themselves as if they were lay persons is for them a very painful deception; they feel that they are living a lie.’
  • 183) ‘It encouraged me to live deceitfully; I enjoyed living a lie.’
  • 184) ‘Eight ordinary people have left behind their regular lives to take part in the series, taking on a fake alias and living a lie.’
  • 185) ‘In fact, I had probably been living a lie all those years.’
  • 186) ‘I have a word of advice for Will: Be a real man, and stop living a lie.’
  • 187) ‘‘There is a perverse sense of release once you get caught because you have been living a lie,’ he said.’
  • 188) ‘Which breathtaking blonde, who married into wealth and privilege, and has one of the cutest little babies on the supermodel circuit, is living a lie?’
  • 189) ‘Last season was the one in which Scotland's top flight finally decided to be honest with itself, and admitted that for the previous few years it had been living a lie.’
  • 190) ‘Yet no one knows that he has been living a lie since arriving at Shannon Airport in 1996 with his pockets full of cash and little idea about what the future held.’
  • 191) ‘But shortly after the baptism she felt she was living a lie.’
  • 192) ‘Ever feel like you're living a lie by not saying anything?’
  • 193) ‘One of them broke down crying and said she wanted to stop living a lie.’
  • 194) ‘It gives us the freedom of being true to ourselves and not living a lie.’
  • 195) ‘Easy to say, but I do believe that living a lie is pointless and not only hurts you but all those around you.’
  • 196) ‘He will become rich and famous, but in doing so he will find that it comes at the cost of living a lie.’
  • 197) ‘After deciding not to go on living a lie, isn't she being a little economical with the truth?’
  • 198) ‘There is no greater stress than that of running from our past or living a lie.’
  • 199) ‘Years of living a lie suddenly came crashing down.’
  • 200) ‘Though the expected laughs are still there, many of the characters have a hunted look about them, as though constantly aware that they are living a lie, either literally or emotionally.’
  • 201) ‘If they could be happy living a lie, than so be it.’
  • 202) ‘If we do, that would be tantamount to lying, deceit or unprofessionalism.’
  • 203) ‘At every stage he has lied, prevaricated and obstructed this process of disarmament.’
  • 204) ‘I think most children tend to tell the truth, particularly if it's in their best interests not to lie or fabricate.’
  • 205) ‘Those young people have deliberately lied and falsified documents, which is fraud, misuse of a document, and so on.’
  • 206) ‘Under these circumstances, you would surely say that your friend had lied: what he had said was false.’
  • 207) ‘Both these people have lied and manipulated people through the press to believe one facade after another in order to get whatever it is they want…’
  • 208) ‘If neither player lied, or if both players lied, assign the penalties to the Chooser and his Partner as prescribed in the basic game.’
  • 209) ‘The people lied, betrayed one another, and frequently tried to kill each other.’
  • 210) ‘They have lied, cheated and stolen - and a crime is a crime, no matter what influential social circles the criminal is fortunate enough to mix in.’
  • 211) ‘But the sheriff in this case decided that the boys had lied.’
  • 212) ‘Mary, how long did it take for them to come forward after the end of that trial and to learn that one of their own witnesses had lied?’
  • 213) ‘So the survivors lied and hid their guilty secret and trauma.’
  • 214) ‘Given that so many men in her life have lied, cheated on her and tried to sell stories about her, she would be forgiven for becoming just a bit cynical.’
  • 215) ‘MacLean later learned, in 1942, while he was fighting in North Africa, that the Scot had lied.’
  • 216) ‘Three have deliberately lied; two have never been interviewed to this day.’
  • 217) ‘No one in the court bothered to think that the witnesses could be lying and presenting false testimonies.’
  • 218) ‘Is that suggesting that the solicitor has lied before the Tribunal?’
  • 219) ‘Yet there is scant evidence that doctors targeted by these organizations have lied on the stand.’
  • 220) ‘When I was a child, I would lie my way out of any situation.’
  • 221) ‘We claim that we are friends, and yet we keep secrets from each other, lying our way out of most everything.’
  • 222) ‘I pretty much lied my way out of there, just so I could get home and hurt myself again.’
  • 223) ‘He said that in the immediate aftermath of the accident, he had been ‘shocked enough to tell lies but not the truth… you found a way that you could lie your way out of it’.’
  • 224) ‘And when they can't lie their way out of a jam, they send their minions to ‘correct’ the electronic record, and to make sure the originals are safely flushed down the memory hole.’
  • 225) ‘We can never lie our way out of responsibility for the decisions we have made.’
  • 226) ‘I tried to lie my way out of it, but I quickly realized there was no getting out of it.’
  • 227) ‘Thanks for putting this up, but it does sound like Jordan's trying to lie his way out of the hole he dug with his own mouth.’
  • 228) ‘And there is great irony in a man obviously trying to lie his way out of this while pretending to be a man of God.’
  • 229) ‘She released confidential information on someone dealing with her Ministry, then tried to lie her way out of it.’
  • 230) ‘But I had to find some way of lying my way out of this.’
  • 231) ‘I'm just saying you lied your way out of that one.’
  • 232) ‘My mother did get suspicious, but I lied my way out of it.’
  • 233) ‘I'd love to hear you try to lie your way out of this one!’
  • 234) ‘You can't lie your way out of this one… your true colors were exposed before my eyes…’
  • 235) ‘The chances of lying your way into a job and remaining unsuspected and undetected have become slimmer.’
  • 236) ‘I don't know if I'd recommend lying your way into good writing habits, but it worked for me.’
  • 237) ‘She knew that we would not survive if the Nazis found us again, so she took her chances at lying her way out of the country.’
  • 238) ‘The writers of these shows cannot let an episode pass without coercing a confession or lying their way into an illegal search.’
  • 239) ‘Anyone that tells you otherwise or promises great results in just a few days or even weeks is either unqualified or lying their way into stealing your money.’
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