53 adjectives to describe « lie » | Collocation dictionary
Without these events the deadlie lost in the grave.
However, a specialist visit at this stage would not have changed the management because [Ms C] and [Mrs B] agreed on a birth plan appropriate to the possible problems in labour with an unstablelie.
It bothers most of us that not all language use is fair or ethical, that it may be deceptive or an outrightlie, or what we perceive as a mistake or usage error.
A Quiet Word to Subscribers If anyone asks, please do us a favor and confirm the preposterouslies in the preceding item.
It is written for the intelligentlay public, many of whom avidly collect and read “brain books” to expand their minds.
One of the most common modifications for the rear entry position is involves the femalelying face down on the bed with her legs spread apart.
The embryo is fully segmented and the limb buds are clearly defined (figure 2A) and is orientated such that its anteriorlies at the posterior of the egg, and its dorsal side faces the ventral side of the egg.
Really, a country worth going to war for ... Common Denominator Kuwaitis are richlay-abouts waited on by impoverished foreigners.
His "creativelies" have a prima donna class about them.. 237721
It has been said that there are lies, damnlies and statistics -- care should be taken when using these figures.
A fellow marae trustee, Bob Ashby, said he would support the initiative and as long as the wharetangihanga (the building where the deceasedlie in state) remained alcohol-free, he had no problems with alcohol on the rest of the marae.
A fourth type of lie might be called the mendacium universalis , the "universal or endemiclie."
Joseph Gerber solved the major problem in cutting—how to hold the cloth while the knife cuts through the material—by putting the entirelay on a vacuum table.
Mailer was a Jewish New Yorker, beloved by black people, and a comparatively easy read (not to mention a finelay).
Using the lowest settings can result in destruction of the crown of grass, allowing flatlying weeds to develop.
What a foullie!
And the Enron fiasco shows the fraudulentlie of so called 'creative accounting'.
Here's a political glossary that might be helpful in interpreting futurelies.
The use of such systems can dramatically reduce the turn around time of any graphicallay-ups, reduced printing times are a welcome benefit also.
Cheater's Poker About two-thirds of the way into Burn Rate , Michael Wolff's sardonic tell-all about his failed attempt to become an Internet multimillionaire, the author pauses to ask himself a set of questions I had been wanting him to address for 150 pages: How many fairly grievouslies had I told?
It would be a grosslie to claim that the plot zips along, but it keeps to a steady pace, and kept me engrossed.
Kelly was also impatient with what he saw as the rather patronising attitude of most practitioners in the field - that they had 'expert' knowledge about human function and dysfunction, which they would communicate to the ignorantlay person.
Philosopher Thomas Nagel has suggested that something humanly inconceivablelies behind the big bang.
The individuallies on his back on a couch, bed or cot.
The absence of any explanation for the gap between the statements and reality only increases the sense that the President's misstatements may actually have been intentionallies.
This is an interdenominationallay ministry whose purpose is to bring people into a closer relationship with Jesus Christ, through a personal study of his word.
In particular I'm thinking of the Monastery in Stokes Valley, which opens its doors to interestedlay people to gather together in community and practice.
For thicknesses of about 1.5-1.75mm for quasi-isotropiclay-ups (less for unidirectional laminates) a double-lap configuration is needed to transfer the strength of the adherends.
To the leftlie: build up, preparAtion, and attention Focusing.
Arjun sped his vengeful arrow and his foeman lifelesslay, 65080
"Vacco vehemently denies telling a convention of People magazine readers, 'That Princess Diana was a mean drunk and a lousylay.'
M1lies on the exterior of the KscA crystal structure where it should be very exposed to lipids when the protein is in a membrane (see Fig.
No longer to be deceived by maliciouslies of the Enemy.
Yet a careful review of the evidence makes clear that there are only three logically possible scenarios: that Jones lied in a most convincing manner, and in stunning, Technicolor detail, to both Blackard and Ballentine, on May 8, 1991, and to her sisters soon thereafter; that all four later conspired with Jones to concoct a monstrouslie; or that Jones' allegations are substantially true.
We assume that the difference between wild type and mutantlies in the capsid proteins, such that the mutation affects the ability of the virus to enter a cell, but not the viability of the virus inside the cell.
Better a neatlie than a sloppy truth hints how rhyme, that proverbial standby, can get the better of reality.
Plaits of torn netlie at our feet.
A second type of lie is the mendacium officiosum , or "officiouslie," whose purpose is to achieve some useful end or to prevent some distinct harm.
In a word, they have for reasons of power-politics deliberately infantilised the ordinarylay-person.
The more he lied about his lies, the more people focused on his lying and forgot what the originallies were about.
And you see, part of Bill's pathologicallying is the fact that we've taught him how to believe the lie that he's telling.
A third type of lie is the mendacium perniciosum , or "perniciouslie," a lie that is intended to do harm.
And he wafted high his greetings and he poured his piouslay, 380504
It accused Starr of treating "the pitifullie of a seducer" as a state crime that could, in theory, lead to a year's imprisonment.
Gage says the potentiallies in testing advertising, keeping tabs on opponents, and getting instantaneous reactions from events like debates.
Scores made when the Local Rule "preferredlies" is used shall be posted for handicap purposes.
It doesn't say his lieswerecriminal; it merely says they were wrong.
If a lie, by definition, becomes a lie only in the context of communication (speech, writing, gesture), and if a lieisimmoral because it destroys the fundamental trust that makes communication possible--if all this is so, can a lie be told in a context where communication is understood to have no objective value to begin with?
How is it, the piece asks, that liberals who relentlessly vilified Nixon have suddenly decided that Clinton's lyingisirrelevant?
The spins: 1) Clinton's liesareoffensive.
For example, in 1982, Frito-Lay introduced Light Corn Chips , which were thinner and crispier than Frito-Lay'sregular corn chips but which had just as much salt and a few more calories than the regular product.
His position was that lyingisunethical, therefore it is important to consider how not to answer rather than compromising one's integrity.