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Definition of "laying" []

  • Present participle of lay. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "laying" in a sentence
  • "One of the examples I like to share with people in order to make the connection between that which we're doing in Iraq today and laying -- what I call laying the foundation of peace, is my relationship with Prime Minister Koizumi of Japan."
  • "Because it's morning time, because it's early and the humidity has gone up, and the temperatures have gone down, the fire is doing what they call laying down a little bit."
  • "Too many doctors do what we call laying crepe, laying crepe around the coffin to protect themselves so the family won't be disappointed when they lose."