- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lay out.
“Ishmael came over to the fire where Aaron still sat with his swollen foot up on a hassock, the cribbage board laid out before him like the picked-at remains of an abandoned meal.”
“The terms the king laid out at Corinth were simple—the Greek states were to live in peace with one another, defend each other in case of attack, submit to the decisions of a central representative council the synedrion, and form an alliance with Macedonia, swearing to uphold him and his descendants as leaders of a unified military force.”
“The inexplicable wealth of Abbè Saunière of Rennes-le-Cháteau allowed him to build an elaborate top: seen here in the ground plan drawn by French artist Alain Fèral, laid out according to occult and Masonic principles.”
“The residents of Ozwee converted quickly to our cause, shakily tying string to their left wrists, not really understanding why, interested primarily in the food we laid out for them from our modest supplies.”
“Points of controversyPerry is a staunch advocate of states' rights and of a limited role for the federal government, views he laid out in his 2010 book, Fed Up!”
“The Liberal Newcastle Chronicle laid out the dilemma.”
“My outfit for the night was laid out across my faux-fur cover.”
“As for what was coming…The grid laid out in 1811, before the war, showed all of Manhattan—the entire thirteen-mile length, by God!”
“The Reductions were almost always laid out in healthy, high locations, the great central stations, as for instance Candelaria and”
“He constructed dockyards and laid out streets, then left behind troops to garrison the new metropolis, including many veterans from the mountains of Thrace who would live out their lives far from home on the banks of the Indus.”
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