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Sentence count:207+77 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-30Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: setSimilar words: plaidlaid offaidsaidraidaideAIDSmaidMeaning: [leɪd]  adj. set down according to a plan:"a carefully laid table with places set for four people". 
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1 Kill the goose that laid the golden egg. 
2 Never cackle till your egg is laid
3 Penny and penny, laid up, will be many. 
4 The fault of the ass must not be laid upon the packsaddle. 
5 When the ffish is caught the net is laid aside. 
6 He laid a hand on my arm.
7 He laid the square table with a tablecloth.
8 The mother laid the sleeping boy against her.
9 I laid the matter squarely before him.
10 Socrates laid the foundations of logic.
11 She laid the baby down gently on the bed.
12 The horse laid back its ears.
13 The cat laid a dead mouse at my feet.
14 He laid his coat over a chair.
15 The summer storm laid the crops.
16 Sarah closed the book and laid it aside.
17 The enemy laid down their arms.
18 He laid all the stamps along the desk.
19 My carefully laid plans had already gone awry.
20 He laid the books down on the table.
21 He laid about with a stick.
22 Crops were laid flat by heavy rainstorms.
23 The mayor laid the cornerstone of the new library.
24 A trap was laid,[][] with fresh bait.
25 The hen cackles when she has laid an egg.
26 She laid the child tenderly on the bed.
27 He laid his opponent low with a single punch.
28 He finished the tea and laid the cup aside.
29 The investigation has laid bare their fraudulent scheme.
30 They laid violent hands on him.
More similar words: plaidlaid offaidsaidraidaideAIDSmaidstaidbraidlairlainunpaidpaid offafraidclaimslainplainflairplaitmermaidbraidedupbraidfirst aidreclaimvillainmalaiseexplaincomplainacclaim
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