# lie in a sentence

- "I figure they don't
*lie* ." - Unless the statistics
*lie*, the job picture keeps on improving. *Lie* down, if possible, and keep your head still.- Anybody who says he hasn't is telling a
*lie*. - So the television can go out and
*lie* if you want. - It's difficult to find
*lie* in a sentence. - Homeless people
*lie* in the gutters, " he read. - Where, more exactly, does Kohl's secret
*lie*? - It can be a crime to willfully
*lie* to federal agents. - "I'm not going to
*lie* to you. - If you've never
*lied*, you find yourself lying. - Most admit bafflement at why he would
*lie* about his father. - I'm not going to
*lie* to you ." - This old saying is a
*lie*, mental health experts say. - Clinton may not yet be sure where his instincts should
*lie*. - Such contradictions
*lie* at the heart of Andriessen's work.