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View definitions for laying out

laying out

verb as in spend money

verb as in design, plan

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Sometime in January, Obama plans to deliver a major speech laying out his own blueprint for surveillance reform.

Then he wrote a detailed monograph laying out his investigations and conclusions.

Indeed, not even the president has come even close to laying out his vision in anywhere near the detail that Ryan has.

It is an official Egyptian document laying out the understandings Cairo reached separately with each side.

Even Bill Kristol has complained that Romney is on “autopilot” and is not laying out a serious and clear vision.

An organist himself, he was always thinking of the player in laying out his instruments.

He addressed Gus, who was laying out the hook-up for a crystal set.

The Engineer connected with each District Office usually has charge of laying out big road projects.

All Mrs. Lovell could do was hardly enough to hold back Mr. Edward from laying out at Bob.

Back in the Speaker's room, at last, he began laying out the campaign, which would begin next day.

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On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lay out, such as: disburse, expend, give, invest, lend, and outlay.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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