Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One of a stipulated number of days allowed to a freighter or charterer of a vessel for shipping or unshipping cargo.
  • n. plural Same as lie-days.

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Examples

  • We already have a Coyote - Lancelot volleyball challenge lined up and on lay-day these guys will be on the Hobies. '

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  • It's a friendly island and we feel very at home there, and I'm also pleased to hear that the organisers have listened to the competitors 'views and reintroduced the lay-day this year.

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