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To lie in one's throat
To lie in the way
To lie in wait
To lie low
To lie on
To lie on hand
To lie on one's hands
To lie on the head of
To lie on the oars
To lie over
To lie to
To lie under
To lie with
To lift up
To lift up one's head
To lift up the feet
To lift up the hand
To lift up the hand against
To lift up the heel against
To lift up the voice
To light a fire
To like of
To limber up
To line bees
To line up
To list a stock
To listen after
To live at rack and manger
To live down
To live from hand to mouth

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Webster's 1913 Dictionary

2. To raise, elevate, exalt, improve, in rank, condition, estimation, character, etc.; -- often with up. The Roman virtues lift up mortal man. --Addison. Lest, being lifted up with pride. --1 Tim. iii. 6. 3. To bear; to support. [Obs.] --Spenser. 4. To collect, as moneys due; to raise. 5. [Perh. a different word, and akin to Goth. hliftus thief, hlifan to steal, L. clepere, Gr. kle`ptein. Cf. Shoplifter.] To steal; to carry off by theft (esp. cattle); as, to lift a drove of cattle. Note: In old writers, lift is sometimes used for lifted. He ne'er lift up his hand but conquered. --Shak. To lift up, to raise or elevate; in the Scriptures, specifically, to elevate upon the cross. --John viii. 28. To lift up the eyes. To look up; to raise the eyes, as in prayer. --Ps. cxxi. 1. To lift up the feet, to come speedily to one's relief. --Ps. lxxiv. 3. To lift up the hand. (a) To take an oath. --Gen. xiv. 22. (b) To pray. --Ps. xxviii. 2. (c) To engage in duty. --Heb. xii. 12. To lift up the hand against, to rebel against; to assault; to attack; to injure; to oppress. --Job xxxi. 21. To lift up one's head, to cause one to be exalted or to rejoice. --Gen. xl. 13. --Luke xxi. 28. To lift up the heel against, to treat with insolence or unkindness. --John xiii.18. To lift up the voice, to cry aloud; to call out. --Gen. xxi. 16.



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