Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Laid out; exposed.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of outlay.

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Examples

  • In fact, we're right on track to hit the goal set when the Recovery Act passed: that 70% of the $787 billion in funds would be "outlaid" or provided in tax benefits by September 30, 2010.

    Jared Bernstein: The Myth of Idle Recovery Dollars

  • While Mr. Icahn may need to spend only $243 million to get to 50.1%, on top of what he has outlaid to buy his 19%, there is no guarantee he can generate a return.

    Icahn Enters the Lion's Den

  • He listened to my tale most interestedly, and then he released me from my contract, paying it out in full though I had four months to serve yet, and adding to that amount the sum I had paid for the mare, and double the sum I had outlaid for bed and food to visit him, so that I should not arrive home at all out of pocket.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • While Mr. Icahn may need to spend only $243 million to get to 50.1%, on top of what he has outlaid to buy his 19%, there is no guarantee he can generate a return.

    Icahn Enters the Lion's Den

  • While Mr. Icahn may need to spend only $243 million to get to 50.1%, on top of what he has outlaid to buy his 19%, there is no guarantee he can generate a return.

    Icahn Enters the Lion's Den

  • While Mr. Icahn may need to spend only $243 million to get to 50.1%, on top of what he has outlaid to buy his 19%, there is no guarantee he can generate a return.

    Icahn Enters the Lion's Den

  • While Mr. Icahn may need to spend only $243 million to get to 50.1%, on top of what he has outlaid to buy his 19%, there is no guarantee he can generate a return.

    Icahn Enters the Lion's Den

  • We discussed a couple of weeks ago that Recovery Act dollars are put to work creating jobs and jump-starting projects long before they cross this final step of being "outlaid."

    Jared Bernstein: The Myth of Idle Recovery Dollars

  • While Mr. Icahn may need to spend only $243 million to get to 50.1%, on top of what he has outlaid to buy his 19%, there is no guarantee he can generate a return.

    Icahn Enters the Lion's Den

  • As of early May, a little less than 4% of stimulus funds had been outlaid by the federal government, meaning that even less have actually been spent by state and local governments and other groups eligible for funds.

    Harry Moroz: The First Hundred Days

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