n.) That which covers the opening of a vessel or box,such as a dish, jar, or trunk.
n.) The cover of the eye;
She put the lid on the box.
He pressed the lid firmly shut.
She took off the lid of the box.
Can you get the lid off this jar?
He carefully lifted the lid of the box.
She used a knife to prise open the lid.
Tighten the lid so that it doesn’t go bad.
Most bottles of bleach have childproof lids.
Her eyes began to glisten, and her lids to twinkle.
He found it impossible to lift the lid.
I lifted the lid of the box and peered in.
The date of manufacture is shown on the lid.
He undid the padlock and eased back the lid.
She gave the lid another twist and it came off.
The glass fits on top of the jug to form a lid.
He slowly opened the lid that hinged to the box.
I can’t shut the suitcase lid when it’s so full.
A toy chest should have a lightweight lid that can be opened easily from within.
I can’t get the lid off the peanut butter jar, someone put it on too tight.
He shoved it back into the box and snapped down the lid viciously.
It is equipped with a sound machine and a solar panel on its lid.
Look for something that can act as a shield, like a dustbin lid.
The teapot has lost its proper lid but this one will do instead.
The lid still stayed on when the pot had dropped onto the floor.
She stuffed the papers back in the box and pressed the lid down.
The lid won’t come off accidentally , it’s been fastened on.
She stuffed her clothes in and then tried to close the lid.
But one day Pandora lifted the lid to see what was inside.
The lid popped open and juice spilled all over the floor.
Turn the lid clockwise if you want to fasten it tightly.
The lid, turned upside down, served as a coffee table.