Lied [verb]

Definition of Lied:

tell an untruth

Opposite/Antonyms of Lied:

Sentence/Example of Lied:

Jacob cheated his brother out of the parental blessing, and lied about God, and lied to his father to accomplish his end.

He purposely lied about the take because Carlson usually charged on the percentage basis.

They have lied so often that no one will believe them, and in the midst of their remorse they are devoured by their love.

Of course the orderly had lied in the beginning to scare me, for General P. is too far away from Vicksburg to send an order.

Our mother tongue hardly knew itself, it ran so fluently and sounded so magniloquently and lied so naturally.

I never seen anybody but lied one time or another, without it was Aunt Polly, or the widow, or maybe Mary.

Another man glib of tongue and crafty of brain might have lied his way out of an abominable situation.

Thou shouldst have lied, cozened, out-sworn truth itself, rather than stood betwixt me and my revenge!

But soon a wonder came to light,That showed the rogues they lied; The man recovered of the bite,The dog it was that died.

He had lied to them, had made a mock of their friendly offers to help him.