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Spell check of lie

Correct spelling: lie

falsehood, belong, subterfuge, trick, cunning, perjury, inhere, defamation, catch one's breath, calumny, truth, finesse, stretch, guile, crouch, meet, mislead, falsity, obloquy, bier, taradiddle, flop, concentrate, delusion, fraud, deceit, roost, baloney, reviling, imposition, crock, take a breather, harp, equivocation, stand, include, fable, lie-in, repose, dwell, live, lying, ashes, build in, lie down, consist, misstatement, vilification, continue, start, inaccuracy, falseness, malarkey, lay, cremate, hunker down, rest, whopper, invention, veracity, craft, fiction, forgery, coffin, down, bend, reside, brood, cuddle up, dishonesty, stay, enter, box, untruth, deception, involve, collapse, fabrication, fish story, Trygve Lie, tale, breathe, represent, remain, play, add up, ride, bow, invent, bunk, cremains, crane, distortion, white lie, curl up, incorporate, cortege, double over, take up, pillow, misrepresentation, revilement, contest, myth, populate, burial, bestride, bury, fairy tale, detraction, fabricate, make up, duplicity, deceive, perch, take in, crook, face, backbiting, belie, duel, fall, misinformation, rot, cock-and-bull story, balance, fib, deceitfulness, aspersion, comprise, disinformation, prevarication, occupy, burrow, casket, story, hogwash, manufacture, moonshine, hypocrisy, calumniation, evasion, trygve halvden lie, exist, count in, fallacy, bed down, dissimulation, double-dealing, concoct, half-truth, disprove, add on, inhabit, race, sit, balderdash, untruthfulness, recline, embrace, trickery, get, mendacity, libel, horizontal, evasiveness, hyperbole, cower, set, misspeak, rubbish, slander.

truism, stand, sincerity, verity, sit down, authentication, openness, validation, simplicity, frankness, veracity, guilelessness, substantiation, uprise, truthfulness, fact, truth, rise, get up, stand up, honesty, confirmation, verification, arise, sit, candor.

Examples of usage:

1) But this implies, what has been said already, that the curtains of the tabernacle should lie close to the curtains of the tent. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) No, I won't lie. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) I lie here thinking- thinking only of Bayworth. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.