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Answer for the clue "Brand of chips", 4 letters:
lays

Alternative clues for the word lays

Competitor of Pringles

Tolkein's "The _____ of Beleriand"

Has an egg

Bets

Minstrels' songs

Puts (down)

Potato chip brand

Places

Deposits

Big name in chips

Sets (down)

Ballads

Macaulay's "___ of Ancient Rome"

Puts

Potato chip brand owned by PepsiCo

Puts down

Major chip maker

Puts down, as tile

Wise alternative

Wagers

Big name in potato chips

___ in (stores)

Songs of sorts

Melodies of yore

Medieval melodies

"___ of Ancient Rome": Macaulay

Alternative to Ruffles

Emulates hens

Minstrel songs

Minstrel's repertory

Wise competitor

Old poems

___ an egg (fails)

"___ of Ancient Rome"

Didion's "Play It As It ___"

Minstrel poems

Word definitions for lays in dictionaries

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (plural of lay English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: lay )

Usage examples of lays.

Between Omer and Kenny, money was coming in, and the Lays were able to settle in a home just off a dirt road cutting through Rush Hill.

So the Lays moved again, this time some fifty miles southwest to Columbia, the college town for the University of Missouri.

That evening at eleven, the Lays arrived at the hotel from the latest meeting with European investors.

Mr Vulliamy returns with a printed document which he lays on the desk before his employer and then goes out.

He opens out the prospectus and lays it on his desk, inviting Mr Sancious to look.

Vulliamy first lays a rather unsteady hand to the side of his nose and then points to himself.

Mr Sancious lays the codicil beside them, in his turn keeping his hand firmly upon it.

He goes and lays his noose around the necks of the men he has singled out without any one seeing him.

She lays the hair in his waiting arms, and he is careful not to stagger under its weight.

Keep close to my bridle-arm, Clarke, and strike home at any rogue who lays hands on you.

Pierre looked at her timidly over his spectacles, and like a hare surrounded by hounds who lays back her ears and continues to crouch motionless before her enemies, he tried to continue reading.