[ UK /lˈa‍ɪɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫaɪɪŋ/ ]
  1. the deliberate act of deviating from the truth
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How To Use lying In A Sentence

  • While on the way thither she fell in with a polacre-rigged ship flying the The Naval History of the United States Volume 1 (of 2)
  • I love the way Sarajevans express themselves; it's a kind of world-weary, mordant wit overlying an amazing ability to absorb and survive great suffering. A Conversation with Geraldine Brooks about People of the Book
  • My eye caught sight of the great key, _Pakenham's key_, lying there on the table. 54-40 or Fight
  • Philips is also exploring the potential of applying LED to help 'declutter' city streets increasingly obscured by a variety of elements, including lighting fixtures. WebWire | Recent Headlines
  • You must avoid applying concentrated materials to the tree at gallonages that allow the material to dribble to the lower surface of the fruit.
  • A swingle-tree hung at the pole's end, and a second pair of reins was fast to the driver's seat, the four cheek-buckles lying crossed over the wheeler's backs. Ambrotox and Limping Dick
  • Its route will pass mainly through soft rock and above deep-lying, brackish ground water.
  • The artist had depicted her lying naked on a bed.
  • Relying too much on markets for either input supplies or sales outlets places the low unit cost of production that comes with economies of scale at risk.
  • Such an approach not only allows the authors to discuss the work from many different angles, but allows them to do so without implying that the practical quandaries in The Angel of History can be reduced to a simple meaning.
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