down, darling; lie
down, my pet," said the countess, softly touching Natasha's shoulders.
One of the fathers, in great severity, called poesy vinum daemonum, because it fireth the imagination; and yet, it is but with the shadow of a lie
. But it is not the lie
that passeth through the mind, but the lie
that sinketh in, and settleth in it, that doth the hurt; such as we spake of before.
How long it took him to scale that frightful wall he could not have told, and when at last he dragged himself over the top it was to lie
weak and gasping, too spent to rise or even to move a few inches farther from the perilous edge of the chasm.
it was drawing me by is perhaps Spring's oldest, commonest lie
,--the lying promise of the Perfect Woman, the Quite Impossible She.
Poor boy, I reckon he's lied about it -- but it's a blessed, blessed lie
, there's such a comfort come from it.
First of all, I said, there was that greatest of all lies
, in high places, which the poet told about Uranus, and which was a bad lie
too,-- I mean what Hesiod says that Uranus did, and how Cronus retaliated on him.
We took turn about to lie
on the naked rock, which was indeed like the position of that saint that was martyred on a gridiron; and it ran in my mind how strange it was, that in the same climate and at only a few days' distance, I should have suffered so cruelly, first from cold upon my island and now from heat upon this rock.
"I lost them," answered Pinocchio, but he told a lie
, for he had them in his pocket.
At last, repeating his usual saying, that he could lie
naked in the bed with me and not offer me the least injury, he starts out of his bed.
And this do I call IMMACULATE perception of all things: to want nothing else from them, but to be allowed to lie
before them as a mirror with a hundred facets."--
Those which lie
east of the Mississippi are comparatively small, are exceedingly fertile, and are always surrounded by forests.
My only alternative seemed to lie
in flight and my decision was crystallized by a recurrence of the rustling sound from the thing which now seemed, in the darkness of the cave and to my distorted imagination, to be creeping stealthily upon me.