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Definition of "laid" []

  • Past tense and past participle of lay1. (verb)

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Use "laid" in a sentence
  • "In myriad ways, his term laid bare deep and significant problems with our systems of government and politics."
  • "Martin laid down the letter and worked a problem in mental arithmetic, finding the product of fifteen cents times sixty thousand to be nine thousand dollars."
  • "Griffin laid out his architecture in the Planetary Society report in summer of 2004, over a year before the law passed."