lie in English

the way, direction, or position in which something lies.
With the lie of Scottish theatreland already shifting, we are seeing a nascent, semiconscious shuffling for position for next year's awards.
an intentionally false statement.
Mungo felt a pang of shame at telling Alice a lie
(of a person or animal) be in or assume a horizontal or resting position on a supporting surface.
the man lay face downward on the grass
synonyms: recline lie down lie back be recumbentbe prostratebe supinebe pronebe stretched out sprawl rest repose lounge loll

Use "lie" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "lie" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "lie", or refer to the context using the word "lie" in the English Dictionary.

1. A white lie is better than a black lie.

2. We always hesitate in public to use the word " lie " but a lie is a lie

3. 10 A white lie is better than a black lie.

4. A lie begets a lie till they come to generation. 

5. A lie begets a lie till they come to generations. 

6. The lie detector!

7. That's another lie.

8. 11 A lie begets a lie till they come to generation. 

9. Friedrich Schur studied differential geometry, transformation groups (Lie groups) after Sophus Lie.

10. 12 A lie begets a lie till they come to generations. 

11. When the group is a Lie group, the Lie bracket in its Lie algebra is an infinitesimal version of the group Commutator

12. Telling a lie as a joke or to fool someone is a harmless type of lie, also known as a jocose lie.

13. A white lie is usually understood to be a trivial or mundane lie

14. The major difference between a white lie and a hard lie is that a hard lie is said to protect oneself, whereas a little white lie is said to protect someone else

15. But I didn't lie.

16. It's not a lie.

17. Just that liars lie.

18. And that's a lie.

19. Lie back and lose!

20. That's a damnable lie!

21. That's a barefaced lie!

22. Lie Algebras are closely related to Lie groups, which are groups that are also smooth manifolds: any Lie group gives rise to a Lie algebra, which is its tangent space at the identity

23. That's a filthy lie.

24. If you lie upon roses when young, you'll lie upon thorns when old. 

25. But it's a lie.

26. Interest will not lie.

27. Further advancing these ideas, Sophus Lie founded the study of Lie groups in 1884.

28. Lie also have propriety.

29. Their Refuge —A Lie!

30. He did not lie.

31. wanwood leafmeal lie; ♫

32. It's a transparent lie.

33. That's a white lie.

34. Let sleeping dog lie.

35. Let sleeping dogs lie.

36. Okay, so when I said it gets easier to lie, that was a lie.

37. Teens who lie Compulsively or pathologically will lie habitually, often for no reason at all

38. Lie groups lie at the intersection of two fundamental fields of mathematics: algebra and geometry.

39. Even that is a lie!

40. Thành usually tell a lie

41. It was a patent lie.

42. It is sinful to lie.

43. 19 That's a white lie.

44. Children and fools cannot lie.

45. That was a white lie!

46. And spot reduction, total lie.

47. You can't lie for beans.

48. Tom tells a white lie.

49. Alex, don't lie to yourself.

50. A good heart cant's lie.