Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lye.(verb)
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Use "lyeth" in a sentence
"Verily, the Sin lyeth in the Scandal; therefore, most of the discreet pious Ladies of the Age, chuse us, upright men, who make a"
"And he answered him that wente of that message, that he hadd warnyd all hir gracs s'vaunts, not beinge appointed to wayte dayly, uppon there alegiuance not to come eny nerer thys howse then hys lodginge, and was, as he saide, for hys owne p [ar] te sorye theye should sooe mysuse them selfes, p [ro] mysinge to dooe as much as lyeth in hym that yt shall nooe nmore be sooe."
"Whereat she was little dismayed, but charged them, upon danger of their lives, to row her over to the shore, which they nothing regarded, but eftsoons rowed her back again, promising her it should be secreted, and especially from the lord of the house, under whose guard she lyeth."