- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of belie.
“The title belies the multifaceted appeal of Badu's voice, and the urban mysticism in her lyrics.”
“The title belies the contents of Chipmunk's follow-up to his debut album: it's not so much a case of transition as stasis, with the young rapper apparently struggling to move beyond the formulaic aspirational blather and paranoid complaints about haters and gold-diggers.”
“We do not call these operations night raids because they are not arbitrary actions and the term belies our sensitivity to the Afghan people and their customs.”
“SCO) as justification for using the term belies the reality of how India and Indians are viewed in China.”
“Of course the "improv" in their name belies the coordination involved: The No Pants Subway Ride is global, with planned, pantless counterparts in 47 cities world-wide, even ones without subways.”
“First published in those "Mad Men" days when women were often consigned to cleaning the house and arranging their husbands 'business dinners, this book's strident title belies both its usefulness and its popularity.”
“But the appellation belies the site's much greater religious significance.”
“New York, N. Y.Waco Won't Go AwayWaco may be a battle cry for the NRA and for terrorists, but glorifying the name belies the realities of the ill-fated "compound" ( "A Fire That Won't Die," News of the Week, Sept. 20).”
“Enter Daisuke Obana, 37, a Japanese designer whose passable fluency in English belies his mastery of the American clothing idiom.”
“Resorting to name calling belies the weakness of your position and makes you appear a little foolish.”
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