|by lying under oath; while lying under oath||perjuriously|
|(British) lounge chair used to lie on to get a suntan; bed for lying under a sunlamp, tanning bed||sunbed|
|(Heraldry) crouching (crouching animal); lying down, lying with head up||couchant|
|able to conform, adaptable; compliant, submissive, in agreement, lying above layer deposited immediately before, similar||conformable|
|act of lying under oath; act of giving false testimony in a court of law, lie under oath, telling lies under oath||perjury|
|act of taking an oath, swearing; act or instance of swearing someone in, binding someone under oath||objuration|
|affirm truth of something, declare something on oath, make somebody promise solemnly, pledge, vow, solemnly promise; curse, use obscene language; testify under oath (Law); bind by an oath, vow; curse, say something offensive, take an oath||swear|
|angle between roof slopes, low area of land located between hills or mountains, low-lying area, low-lying land around a river, valley -shaped hollow||valley|
|applied to all, being or having same status, level, lying down, measured in horizontal plane, of horizon, parallel to the horizon, flat, something horizontal, something which is parallel to level ground||horizontal|
|area of low-lying ground||vlei|
|attest to truth by affidavit, check whether something is true, confirm the truth of something; ascertain the truth of something (as by investigation); witness or swear to the truth of something (Law), prove something, swear something under oath||verify|
|be in charge of, dispense, give as medication, look after somebody, manage, supervise; implement, execute; supply, organize handover of property, perform as ritual, supervise oath-taking||administer|
|be laid upon; cover; smother (an infant or animal) by lying on top of, lie on top of, smother offspring||overlie|
|bear witness, declare under oath, attest, declare something under oath in court, make factual statement based on experience, prove or demonstrate, talk about experience as a Christian||testify|
|being held as security, bind, deposit of property, drink to somebody, enroll student in a society, give something as security, pledgee, promise something, promise to join a university society, promise; obligation, undertaking; oath, vow; mortgage; toke...||pledge|
|cause suffering to, evil prayer, menstruation, religious ban, source of harm, swear, swear at, swear word; evil proclamation, imprecation; misfortune, swear; blaspheme; wish evil on someone or something, swearword, used as oath||curse|
|chair for lying on, chair with a lengthened seat for reclining, chaise, chaise lounge, foldable chair with adjustable back||chaise longue|
|commit perjury, lie under oath, provide false testimony||perjure|
|component part, divide something, measuring instrument, part of area of military operations, part of circle, subdivision, group within a larger group; region, district; geometrical figure composed of two radii and the arc lying between the radii (Mathe...||sector|
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