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- v. To conceal oneself; to remain hidden.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. to try to avoid detection especially by police
- v. keep a low profile, try to be inconspicuous
Sorry, no etymologies found.
"So Bartola and Wolf told Scope's people that they were going to lie low after the killing.
She’d get out of her Fossily disguise, move on and lie low in one of Tinokti’s cities for the next ten days.
No, it is not a clump of trees, but a dark shrouded pool, so full with the wintry rains that the under boughs of the elder-bushes lie low beneath the water.
She'd get out of her Fossily disguise, move on and lie low in one of Tinokti's cities for the next ten days.
"But whatever you do must be to-morrow; for we must lie low until the Pinkerton affair is settled up.