|here lies||hic jacet|
|a trademark for a short flexible surfboard on which a surfer lies prone||Boogie|
|act of lying under oath; act of giving false testimony in a court of law, lie under oath, telling lies under oath||perjury|
|act of making, concocting lies, counterfeit, fake, forgery; lie, falsehood, fable; assembly, manufacture; invention, untruth||fabrication|
|all lies||whole cloth|
|base for emulsion, bedrock, essential substance, layer that lies beneath another; material that serves as the foundation for something, nonliving foundation for growing organism, see also:superstratum, set of retained indigenous linguistic features, su...||substratum|
|believer in utilitarianism, believing value lies in usefulness, one who ascribes to utilitarianism, one who maintains that practicality and usefulness is more important beauty or other considerations, applicable||utilitarian|
|crosswise, crosswise thing, passing through the foci of a hyperbola, situated across, something that is transverse, something which lies in an opposite direction, something which lies in a cross direction||transverse|
|deceptive, dishonest; false, untrue, telling lies||mendacious|
|high land, high or inland, inland region, land elevated above other land; land that lies away from the sea, situated upland; situated higher than other land; situated in the interior of a country||upland|
|insect which feeds on ants, insect which digs a pit and lies in wait for ants and other insects (also ant lion)||antlion|
|layer of earth that lies beneath the topsoil, soil beneath topsoil, substratum, turn lower layer of soil, undersoil||subsoil|
|lie, falsehood, lie; beat, hit (Slang), tell white lies||fib|
|lie, falsity, something which is not true; deceit, falseness; forgery, counterfeit, telling of lies, untruth||falsehood|
|lie, telling of lies, untruthfulness; falsity, dishonesty||mendacity|
|medium, semiconductor crystal used as base, something acted upon in biochemical reaction, substance upon which an enzyme acts (in a biochemical reaction); substratum, layer that lies beneath another||substrate|
|mountain range of north central Wyoming and southern Montana, part of the Rocky Mountains. The highest point is Cloud Peak 4,019 m/13,187 ft . Bighorn National Forest lies in the range.||Bighorn Mountains|
|one who does not tell the truth, one who tells lies, dishonest person, teller of lies||liar|
|one who lies down, one who lies in a horizontal position; one who rests; chair whose back can be placed in a reclining position, la-z-boy, reclining chair, somebody who reclines||recliner|
|one who lies out in the sun in order to get a tan||sunbather|
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