BELI'E, verb transitive [be and lie. See Lie.]
1. To give the lie to; to show to be false; to charge with falsehood; as, the heart belies the tongue. It is rarely used of declarations; but of appearances and facts which show that declarations, or certain appearances and pretences are false and hypocritical. Hence.
2. To counterfeit; to mimic; to feign resemblance.
With dust, with horse's hoofs, that beat the ground, ]
And martial brass, belie the thunder's sound.
3. To give a false representation.
Should I do so, I should belie my thoughts.
4. To tell lies concerning; to calumniate by false reports.
Thou dost belie him, Percy.
5. To fill with lies.
Slander doth belie all corners of the world. [Not legitimate]