layer[ ley-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF layer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAYER
The sides of this hill he covered with a layer of bricks that the sand might not be blown away.
There may be a second layer of bread on top of the meat if desired.
Place a layer of them in a stew-pan; then put in the duck and cover it with ham.
This layer was evidently composed of the relics of a Romano-British people.
If your omelet is to be sweet, before you fold it put in a layer of preserves.
Put a layer of the dark batter in the pan, then a layer of light, until the pan is full.
Put a layer of meat in the bottom of a saucepan, then a layer of potatoes, then one of onions.
Grease a pie-dish, and put a layer of sliced potatoes at the bottom.
Put a layer of macaroni in the bottom of a greased pie-dish.
The second layer of stone is then placed and rolled in the same manner as the first.