1, As you make your bed so you must

*lie* on it.

2, As you make your bed, so you must

*lie* upon it.

3, Gain got by a

*lie* will burn one’s fingers.

4, He that will swear, will

*lie*.

5, Honour and profit

*lie* not in one sack.

6, If you

*lie* upon roses when young, you'll lie upon thorns when old.

7, One

*lie* needs seven lies to wait upon it.

8,

*Lie* in (oron) the bed one has made.

9, If you

*lie* down with dogs, you will get up with fleas.

10, He that trusts in a

*lie* shall perish in truth.

11, Though a

*lie* be well dressd, it is ever overcome.

12, We must not

*lie*, and cry, God help us.

13, As the tree falls, so shall it

*lie*.

14, He that will

*lie* will steal.

15, A

*lie* begets a lie till they come to generation.

16, Art is a

*lie* that tells the truth.

17, We shall

*lie* all alike in our graves.

18, Equivocation is first cousin to a

*lie*.

19, A

*lie* begets a lie till they come to generations.

20, In the grave the rich and poor

*lie* equal.

21, Though a

*lie* be well drest,(http://sentencedict.com/lie.html) it is ever overcome.

22, One

*lie* makes [calls for] many.

23, The blame for the Charleston fiasco did not *lie* with him.

24, Don't *lie* there moping on a lovely morning like this!

25, Kawaguchi finally resorted to an outright *lie*.

26, The workers had to *lie* off 3 days because of the bad weather.

27, See a pin and pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck; see a pin and let it

*lie*, bad luck you'll have all day.

28, Where the deer is slain, some of her blood will

*lie*.

29, Guilt always hurries towards its complement, punishment; only there does its satisfaction

*lie*.

30, To have a stomach and lack meat; to have meat and lack a stomach; to

*lie* in bed and cannot rest; are great miseries.

1, The blame for the Charleston fiasco did not *lie* with him.

2, Don't *lie* there moping on a lovely morning like this!

3, Kawaguchi finally resorted to an outright *lie*.

4, I refuse to *lie* about it; it's against my principles.

5, I'd like to *lie* down for a while.

6, The theatre has been left to stand/*lie* derelict.

7, He'd do anything to cover his ass, including *lie*, cheat and murder.

8, Iago's *lie* is the pivot on which the play turns.

9, We *lie* in the sunshine for hours, getting a tan.

10, He dampened his hair to make it *lie* flat.

11, Father, I cannot *lie* to you.

12, You can enjoy all the water sports, or simply *lie* on the beach.

13, Don't *lie* to her. She's bound to find out about it.

14, 'Who else do you work for?'--'No one.'--'That's a *lie*.'.

15, I find it impossible to *lie* to her.

16, The sheets fell on the gritty floor, and she just let them *lie*.

17, A scrupulous politician would not *lie* about her business interests.

18, The vineyards of Verzy *lie* adjacent to those of Verzenay.

19, *Lie* on your stomach with your arms by your side.

20, They let the land *lie* fallow for a year.

21, It was a Sunday, so she could *lie* in till almost lunch time.

22, *Lie* down on the couch if you're feeling ill.

23, *Lie* back and luxuriate in the scented oil.

24, I'd like you to *lie* for me.

25, If you're both going to *lie*, at least stick to the same story and don't contradict each other!

26, Surveyors mapped out the *lie* of the land.

27, Farmers are eligible for government support if they let a certain amount of land *lie* fallow.

28, I'm perfectly content just to *lie* in the sun.

29, They ordered us to strip and *lie* down on the grass.

30, He told a whopping great *lie*!