lay[ ley ]SEE DEFINITION OF lay
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAY
But of course it will be only fair to sis to lay the matter before her just as it is.
Robert pointed in silence to the huge rock which lay on the track.
“Lay platters for me and these two young gentlemen,” said the Augustinian.
They talked until late into the night of what he should "lay out" to do.
You know what you hold, and if 'tain't a hand to lay down, it must be a hand to raise on.
For an hour he watched her, feeling the arm on which she lay growing numb.
With parched throats, gasping for breath, they lay back in agony.
So he lay down in the coffin but no sooner was he inside when bang!
An' he said, 'Lay right down on dis yer table,' an' I lay down.
At first the solid blackness seemed to lay a weight on their foreheads.