lie down


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If I lie down now, how do I know that I may have the sense and the strength to rise again?
Alan was in the right trade as a soldier; this is the officer's part to make men continue to do things, they know not wherefore, and when, if the choice was offered, they would lie down where they were and be killed.
At last they reached a solitary spot, where she told her son that she must needs lie down, and take a good long rest.
I offered to lie down that he might the more conveniently reach my ear, but he chose rather to let me hold him in my hand during our conversation.
He came and called him; and it was he who had called him and told him to lie down on Nikita.
It was a great treat to us to be turned out into the home paddock or the old orchard; the grass was so cool and soft to our feet, the air so sweet, and the freedom to do as we liked was so pleasant -- to gallop, to lie down, and roll over on our backs, or to nibble the sweet grass.
He should have taken her away, even if it were to lie down and die of starvation in the gutters of Chicago's streets
When Pack meets with Pack in the Jungle, and neither will go from the trail, Lie down till the leaders have spoken--it may be fair words shall prevail.
I will obey you like your wretched slave, even if it is to lie down and die.
This, with the fatigue, and the sun, would put a man asleep; and soon as the man was asleep, the donkey would lie down.