I knew he had broken the saw, and then hid it and lied
Mademoiselle must have lied
when she said, "Poor fool, he loves you.
His having lied
and been impudent are, I confess, less engaging specimens than I had hoped to have from you of the outbreak in him of the little natural man.
There are little children here, scarce in their teens, who can hardly see the top of the work benches--whose parents have lied
to get them their places--and who do not make the half of three hundred dollars a year, and perhaps not even the third of it.
I felt persuaded that this woman must have been misrepre- sented, lied
I never seen anybody but lied
one time or another, without it was Aunt Polly, or the widow, or maybe Mary.
You'll tell him you's sole me to pay yo' gamblin' debts en dat you lied
to me en was a villain, en dat I 'quires you to git dat money en buy me back ag'in.
Poor boy, I reckon he's lied
about it -- but it's a blessed, blessed lie, there's such a comfort come from it.
I says to myself, poor old Uncle Silas has been lying about it because he reckoned nobody seen him and he couldn't bear to break Aunt Sally's heart and Benny's; and right he was: as for me, I would 'a' lied
the same way, and so would anybody that had any feeling, to save them such misery and sorrow which THEY warn't no ways responsible for.
First, I will pierce through the root of your tongue, so that you cannot squeal, then I will cut you to pieces slowly, bit by bit, and in the morning I will tell the people that the spirits did it because you lied
Do as you please,' replied the voice, `but I shall be at Perros too, for I am wherever you are, Christine; and, if you are still worthy of me, if you have not lied
to me, I will play you The Resurrection of Lazarus, on the stroke of midnight, on your father's tomb and on your father's violin.
But the Prince lied
manfully, and swore he had never looked up from his work for a moment.