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___ up (sick in bed)
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Alternative clues for the word laid
Dismissed, with "off"
With 54-Down, in reserve
Like an egg
In position, as a cornerstone
Made, as a wager
Installed, as 17-Across
Set in place
With 40-Across, exposed
Set, as a stone wall
Made a wager
Anagram for dial
___ back (relaxed)
___ away (saved)
___ out (arranged)
Installed, as tile
Produced an egg
Homophone for lade
"And I ___ me down . . . ": R.L.S.
"The best ___ schemes . . . ": Burns
Kind of fabric or wire
"And I ___ me down with a will": R.L.S.
"The best ___ schemes . . . "
___ an egg (flopped on Broadway)
Installed, as track
___ an egg (bombed)
___ end to end
___ an egg (failed)
Produced and deposited, as an egg
Word definitions for laid in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES laid down by statute (= established by law ) ▪ Protection for the consumer is laid down by statute . laid...groundwork ▪ His speech laid the groundwork for independence. laid...wreath ▪ The prime minister laid a wreath at...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Laid \Laid\, imp. & p. p. of Lay . Laid paper , paper marked with parallel lines or water marks, as if ribbed, from parallel wires in the mold. It is called blue laid, cream laid, etc., according to its color.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
(context of paper English) Marked with parallel lines, as if ribbed, from wires in the mould. v (en-pastlay)
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
past tense and past participle of lay (v.). Laid-up "injured, sick," originally was a nautical term (1769) describing a ship moored in harbor. Laid off "temporarily unemployed" is from 1916. Get laid "have sex" (with someone) attested from 1952, U.S. slang....
Word definitions in WordNet
adj. set down according to a plan:"a carefully laid table with places set for four people"; "stones laid in a pattern" [syn: set ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Laid is the fifth studio album by British alternative rock band James . It was released on 5 October 1993. It was the first of several collaborations between the group and Brian Eno , who produced all but one of the album's tracks – in Stuart Maconie 's...
Usage examples of laid.
With a sob he laid his head on my shoulder and cried like a wearied child, whilst he shook with emotion.
When I had dressed myself I went into the room where we had supped, and found a cold breakfast laid out, with coffee kept hot by the pot being placed on the hearth.
I laid down the razor, turning as I did so half round to look for some sticking plaster.
He grew excited as he spoke, and walked about the room pulling his great white moustache and grasping anything on which he laid his hands as though he would crush it by main strength.
To be sure, there were certain small evidences, such as that my clothes were folded and laid by in a manner which was not my habit.
The great box was in the same place, close against the wall, but the lid was laid on it, not fastened down, but with the nails ready in their places to be hammered home.
I knew I must reach the body for the key, so I raised the lid, and laid it back against the wall.
He pointed to a stone at our feet which had been laid down as a slab, on which the seat was rested, close to the edge of the cliff.
What he desires is to absorb as many lives as he can, and he has laid himself out to achieve it in a cumulative way.
The poor fellow was laid to rest near our seat so that we stood on it, when the time came and saw everything.
Van Helsing took some things from his bag and laid them on a little table out of sight.
They lifted off the body of my dear mother, and laid her, covered up with a sheet, on the bed after I had got up.
We took Lucy into another room, which had by now been prepared, and laid her in bed and forced a few drops of brandy down her throat.
Here was a poor girl putting aside the terrors which she naturally had of death to go watch alone by the bier of the mistress whom she loved, so that the poor clay might not be lonely till laid to eternal rest.
It was most probable that it was because I had laid over the clamps of those doors garlic, which the UnDead cannot bear, and other things which they shun.