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Lay

Pronunciation of Lay
/lˈe͡ɪ/, /lˈe‍ɪ/, /l_ˈeɪ/

Antonyms for lay:

professional, sacred.

Synonyms for lay:

Sense 1

double date, lie back, cuddle up, Ms. Right, ascribe, structural, stretch out, ecclesiastical, fortification, born-again, pentecostal, bed down, interdenominational, strategize, eternal triangle, refurbish, new-laid, redecorate, curl up, adduce, plop down, partner up, charismatic, building, Mr. Right, underpin, evangelical, ecumenical, redevelop, inhume.

Sense 2

step out, valentine, clerical, protestant, eligible, egg, masonry, loll, grout, construction, design, one-night stand, reinforce, gamble, baptist, devise, monastic, put back, roofing, entomb, incubation period, pointing, inter, broody.

Sense 3

poise, eggshell, lounge, incubate, collapse, rehabilitate, clutch, chaperon, bang, set out, contrive, popular, sprawl, conquest, allege, bunk, chart, sit down, wallpaper, impute, accredit, assemblage, spawn, racket, christian, plunk, prop, flop, church, do over, blueprint, plump.

Sense 4

slam, conceive, cite, attribute, formulate, sit-up, zero, placement, install.

Sense 5

refer, escort, reconstruction, relay, bury.

Sense 6

prime, park, play, whitewash, development.

Sense 7

pickup, pile, lie.

Sense 8

perch, sink, develop.

Sense 9

seat.

Sense 10

leave, put out, hang.

Sense 11

pop.

Sense 12

floor.

Sense 13

charge.

Sense 14

fall, spread, balance.

Sense 17

down.

Sense 20

turn.

Sense 21

run.

Sense 30

catch.

Sense 31

go.

attribute

impute.

flatten

lay low.

impose

lay down.

inhume

entomb.

nonmilitary

civilian.

nonprofessional

nonprofessional, amateur.

rest

stretch out.

lay (adjective)

secular, temporal, nonprofessional.

Sense 3 (noun)

fortification, inter, bury, construction, develop, inhume, masonry, development, entomb, building, assemblage.

Sense 4 (noun)

attribute, balance, accredit, refer, set out, charge, settle, impute, pile, ascribe.

Sense 5 (noun)

spread.

Sense 6 (noun)

ecclesiastical, chart, design, blueprint, interdenominational, conceive, devise, strategize, evangelical, baptist, church, formulate, ecumenical, charismatic, born-again, christian, contrive.

Sense 7 (noun)

down, flop, bed down, bunk, cite, fall, cuddle up, collapse, curl up, allege, adduce.

Sense 8 (noun)

egg, eggshell, broody, incubation period, spawn, gamble, new-laid, go, incubate, clutch.

Sense 9 (noun)

play.

Sense 10 (noun)

double date, conquest, chaperon, catch, eligible, Mr. Right, eternal triangle, turn, escort.

lay (noun)

nonprofessional, place, ballad, put, secular, pose, set, position, profane, laic.

melody (noun)

strain.

bet, wager (verb)

play, gamble.

contact (verb)

repose, put, pose, place, position, put down, set.

credit, allocate (verb)

direct, apply, ascribe, attribute, assign, impose, assess, impute, point, cast, refer, accredit, turn, aim, charge.

design, plan (verb)

devise, prepare, contrive.

lie (verb)

recline, lounge, frame, couch, loll, stretch out, sprawl.

locate (verb)

locate, pinpoint, post, discover, situate, position, set, find, spot, station, establish, put, unearth, place.

produce, advance (verb)

adduce, allege, present, cite.

put, place (verb)

set, leave, repose, dispose, spread, plant, rest, stick, set out, arrange, order, settle, set down, fix, establish, locate, position.

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