1 He had never before been convicted of a lie, and all the resources of evasion failed him.
2 I shall lie down all day tomorrow.
3 So the matter of Ashley's letters did not lie very heavily on her conscience.
4 But, Melanie, heavy thoughts lie on my heart and I will open my heart to you.
5 I lie and look at the boys sleeping near me and I wonder if the twins or Alex or Cade think these same thoughts.
6 He gladly would have sided with the doctor but he could not lie.
7 Well, she'd tell a lie about it.
8 Prissy went off at a trot, the letter gripped in her hand, and Scarlett went back upstairs, trying to think of some plausible lie to explain Mrs. Elsing's failure to appear.
9 She could lie down and sleep for days.
10 If she could only lie down and sleep and wake to feel Ellen gently shaking her arm and saying: "It is late, Scarlett."
11 Never again could Scarlett lie down, as a child, secure beneath her father's roof with the protection of her mother's love wrapped about her like an eiderdown quilt.
12 How cool the water was, how good to lie here in softness, like a child.
13 And I could only lie there and pray that the light of the flames wouldn't show up my hiding place.
14 For an awful moment she feared he was going to ask about her livestock and she braced herself for a good lie.
15 "It's made out of Mother's curtains," she answered, too desperate to lie about this shame.