UNLAID

Etymology

Adjective

unlaid (not comparable)

not laid, not placed

not laid by exorcism

(of a person, slang) not having had sexual intercourse

Not laid out, as a corpse.

(of paper) Not laid; not marked with parallel lines.

Verb

unlaid

simple past tense and past participle of unlay

Anagrams

• Lindau, dualin

Source: Wiktionary


Un*laid", a.

1. Not laid or placed; not fixed. Hooker.

2. Not allayed; not pacified; not laid finally to rest. [R.] "Stubborn, unlaid ghost." Milton.

3. Not laid out, as a corpse. [R.] B. Jonson. Unlaid paper. See Laid paper, under Laid.

UNLAY

Un*lay", v. t. Etym: [1st pref. un- + lay.] (Naut.)

Definition: To untwist; as, to unlay a rope.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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