**Meaning: **slander, dishonesty

**Singular and Plural of ****Lie**

Singular |
Plural |

lie | lies |

## Lie as a Singular Noun in Example Sentences:

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

## Lie as a Plural Noun in Example Sentences:

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

## Singular Possessive of LieÂ

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

### Examples of Singular Possessive Form of Lie:

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

## Plural Possessive of LieÂ

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

### Examples of Plural Possessive Form of Lie:

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

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