Lie Plural, What is the Plural of Lie?

Meaning: slander, dishonesty

Singular and Plural of Lie

Singular Plural
lie lies

Lie as a Singular Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. She told a little white lie to avoid trouble.
  2. He couldn’t handle the guilt of the lie he told.
  3. The detective uncovered the truth behind the lie.
  4. Her heart was heavy with the weight of the lie.
  5. The lawyer suspected the witness was hiding a lie.
  6. The politician’s career was ruined by a single lie.
  7. He regretted the lie he had told to protect himself.
  8. The truth eventually came out, exposing the lie.
  9. The betrayal hurt more because it was built on a lie.
  10. The relationship crumbled under the weight of the lie.

Lie as a Plural Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. The courtroom was filled with lies and deceit.
  2. The lies piled up, making it impossible to trust him.
  3. Their relationship was built on a foundation of lies.
  4. She felt a wave of anger at the web of lies.
  5. The lies spun a tangled web of confusion.
  6. His lies were so convincing that nobody suspected the truth.
  7. The lies caught up with him, and his reputation was shattered.
  8. The detective sifted through the web of lies to find the truth.
  9. The lies unraveled, revealing a trail of deception.
  10. The lies poisoned their friendship, causing irreparable damage.

Singular Possessive of Lie 

The singular possessive form of “Lie” is “Lie’s”. 

Examples of Singular Possessive Form of Lie:

  1. I heard Lie’s voice on the phone.
  2. The secret is Lie’s to keep.
  3. The responsibility lies on Lie’s shoulders.
  4. I admire Lie’s determination to succeed.
  5. The success of the project depends on Lie’s leadership.
  6. Can I borrow Lie’s pen for a moment?
  7. Lie’s decision will shape the future of the company.
  8. I appreciate Lie’s honesty in admitting the mistake.
  9. The outcome is uncertain, but I trust Lie’s judgment.
  10. We need to respect Lie’s boundaries and privacy.

Plural Possessive of Lie 

The plural possessive form of “Lie” is “Lies'”. 

Examples of Plural Possessive Form of Lie:

  1. I could see the truth behind lies’ facade.
  2. The detectives uncovered lies’ web of deceit.
  3. The consequences of lies’ actions are severe.
  4. We must expose lies’ true intentions.
  5. Lies’ cover-up was eventually revealed.
  6. The damage caused by lies’ rumors is irreparable.
  7. Society cannot thrive on lies’ foundation.
  8. We need to break free from lies’ grip.
  9. The truth will prevail despite lies’ attempts to hide it.
  10. The weight of lies’ deception was unbearable.

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Last updated on June 8th, 2023 at 11:27 am