Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lay.(verb)
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Use "lays" in a sentence
"Ms. Kipnis has written a joyous, incisive tract in praise of adultery-and, as her title lays bare, against love."
"As the title lays bare it's an education piece on the then newly introduced telephone dialing system."
"We're here at the staging here in Bailey where many of the fire trucks and these guys right here were out all night trying to fight some hot spots because during the night usually the fire - what they call lays down overnight."