is the word, because, as stated earlier, it is the lie
that will set you free, even though an addicted child beater will still beat you anyway when you lie
, though in this case the beatings will be softer than the beatings you will get when you become truthful and admit you did wrong.
While most kids did look, a large number proceeded to blandly lie
Because, as Grayling writes: 'To tell a lie
you have to know the truth but deliberately intend to communicate its very opposite to your audience.
The point of the concession was that people lie
here anyway so if they want justice they should speak the truth," the top judge said.
However, there are times when the truth, no matter how painful it might be, is better than a lie
First, "to lie
" is an intransitive verb, meaning it doesn't take a direct object.
The test is the 'world's most reliable lie
detector' - 10 per cent more accurate than the famous polygraph test, researchers claim.
But while 30% think they are good at lying -- just 15 per cent believe they could beat a lie
He did not tell a lie
but admitted it as a mistake.
Mearsheimer's book, 'Why leaders lie
, the Truth about Lying in International Politics', is an interesting treatise on the issue of political lying by statesmen and leaders.
Those sentences illustrate the usage of the word lie
. A noun, the word lie
, illustrated in sentence (1), is about untruth.
his boxing gloves, Made-in-Bangkok gold war medals, and pubic hairs of his mistress, Dovie Beams.
From the trivial to the destructive, here are four types of lie
that I have encountered in the therapy room.
We two At the other end of the spectrum, lies
are told with malicious intent and potentially devastating consequences.
But Rogers lied when there was no reason to lie
. In one example Waldon uncovered, Rogers claimed in an online forum that he self-financed his photo archive business by liquidating $10 million in real estate.