from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. to strike or strike at.
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At Procida, Troubridge could not procure even a rag of the tri-coloured flag to lay at the king's feet: it was rent into ten thousand pieces by the inhabitants, and entirely destroyed.
If Dorindha will accept me as her sister-wife, I will make my bridal wreath to lay at Bael's feet. "
Once only the concord was slightly ruffled by an accidental quarrel: a patriot of Medina arraigned the insolence of the strangers, but the hint of their expulsion was heard with abhorrence; and his own son most eagerly offered to lay at the apostle’s feet the head of his father.