# lie

**Lie** definition, **lie** meaning

**Noun**

**lie** (*plural* **lies**)

- An intentionally false statement; a falsehood.
- A statement intended to deceive, even if literally true; a half-truth

**3** letters in word "lie": ** E I L**.

**Anagrams of lie:**

**Words found within lie:**

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