掩饰, 与...不符, 使失望
It lends a pleasing rhythm to his frequently funny monologues, and tends to belie how fluent and articulate he can be.
No wonder that Israeli politics tends to belie what professors have written about the cohesiveness of cabinet government.
Those eras belie the argument made by Pantone and others that orange is a color for cheering up people during down economies.
The songs popular with youth, you may have noticed, belie the old Tin Pan Alley cliche that a hit can't be MADE on the theme of married love.
He spoke roughly in order to belie his air of gentility for his entry had been followed by a pause of talk.
At first glance, life at the boarding school seemed to belie all the bad things I had heard about it.
But his conformist image and manner belie his break with strait-laced Japanese business conventions.
But government auditors claim those ratings belie the forces' true abilities.
He says sales figures belie many of the protesters' complaints.
The gentle lower slopes belie the true nature of the mountain.
Emilia . thou dost belie her , and thou art a devil.
Should I do SO, I should belie my thoughts.
His clothes belie his station.
His acts belie his words.
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