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(1) Her energy and youthful good looks belie her 65 years.
(2) The gentle lower slopes belie the true nature of the mountain.
(3) The facts of the situation belie his testimony. Sentencedict.com
(4) Her looks belie her 50 years.
(5) Jaguar's appearance and condition belie her age and we believe she is the only Swan 65 sloop in the market.
(6) Her defiant black clothes belie her bashful smile.
(7) That would belie the complexity of using power and influence flexibly to meet the needs of each situation.
(8) But his conformist image and manner belie his break with strait - laced Japanese business conventions.
(9) Its extended range and large scale stereo presentation belie its size.
(10) But government auditors claim those ratings belie the forces'true abilities.
(11) Such convoluted steps belie the underlying strength of what is being sold.
(12) But such displays of defiance belie a widening sense of despair among Mr Ahmadinejad's opponents.
(13) Build chastity memorial arch to belie the truth of being a bitch.
(14) Trends in other commodities also belie a broader slowdown.
(15) Lily's incisive lyrical observations belie her years.
(16) The acts of enemy belie their words of seeking peace.
(17) The small concentrations, however, belie the potentially powerful effects of these compounds.
(18) Emilia . Thou dost belie her, and thou art a devil.
(19) Should I do so, I should belie my thoughts.
(20) His cheerful appearance belie his feelings.
(21) But these historical markers belie a dramatic shift in allegiance in this Caribbean island, which only gained independence from Britain 31 years ago.
(22) His looks belie his character.
(23) His acts belie his words.
(24) His clothes belie his station.
(25) Often jealousy comes from making judgements based on assertions that we believe to be true but belie the reality of the situation.
(26) Their pasty faces - the result of long periods underground - belie their extraordinary strength and tenacity.
(27) But his dark rimmed glasses and old fashioned looks belie a career spent one step ahead.
(28) As will be explained below, it is of the nature of a paradigm to belie precise definition.
(29) The songs popular with youth, you may have noticed, belie the old Tin Pan Alley cliche that a hit can't be MADE on the theme of married love.
(30) Mother Gaia sings a plaintive tune as her wails belie her birthing pains.
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