Antonyms for lays out

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He is betting that he will take in more money than he lays out on a new plan.

All the days of his youth he labours and garners, and lays out and garners yet again.

And there she lays out her days wage in the pint bottles of her delight.

He constructs the committees and selects their chairmen and lays out their work.

Armies may be maintained here for one third of the expense that Britain lays out upon hers.

He is absolute Master of all his Revenues, and accountable to no body for what he lays out.

Of the value of an introduction which lays out the ground to be covered I have already spoken.

He lays out a row of plantain leaves, and spreads on each leaf a little rice, on which plantains are laid.

He is not rich who lays up much, but he who lays out much; for it is all one not to have, as not to use.

He lays out his nets or his lines, and waits for the haul; he casts his seine and leaves the rest to fate.