lie over meaning

  "lie over" in a sentence
  • To be deferred to a future occasion
  • lie:    Verb: lie (lay,lai ...
  • lie by:    1. To be inactive2 ...
  • lie in:    1. lie in BrE to ...


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  1. let the matter lie over until next month.
  2. let the matter lie over until the next committee meeting
  3. because of the weather, our outing will have to lie over until next weekend
  4. the oracle at delphi has been found to lie over a geological fault through which seeped hallucinogenic gases
  5. Other parts of the watershed lie over gray sandstone or conglomerates.

Related Words

  1. lie of the land meaning
  2. lie on one's hands meaning
  3. lie on one's oars meaning
  4. lie out meaning
  5. lie out of meaning
  6. lie through one's teeth meaning
  7. lie to meaning
  8. lie to so meaning
  9. lie under meaning
  10. lie up meaning
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