easy lay

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n easy lay street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate
    • ***

Usage

In literature:

It was easy enough to see on which side lay celestial aid!
"The Dead Command" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
Eager to know what lay beyond the ranges, he wore out more boots than his poor parents found it easy to provide.
"A Handful of Stars" by Frank W. Boreham
He removed his coat and shoes and lay back in an easy chair to meditate at ease.
"The Panchronicon" by Harold Steele Mackaye
Now the King lay in the inner room, sleeping; when he rose it would be easy to get the order for Evander's death.
"The Lady of Loyalty House" by Justin Huntly McCarthy
It's not so easy as you think laying snares.
"The Perpetual Curate" by Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant
When Queen Elizabeth lay at Croydon Palace, it was not an easy matter to find room for her train of courtiers.
"Highways and Byways in Surrey" by Eric Parker
The manufacture and laying of bricks was comparatively easy.
"A History of Art in Chaldæa & Assyria, v. 1" by Georges Perrot
He lay in a shallow hollow now and it was not easy for any arrow to reach him there.
"The Great Sioux Trail" by Joseph Altsheler
It lay there quite easy to see.
"Eskimo Folktales" by Unknown
He lay back in our one easy-chair, his hands clasped behind his head, his legs outstretched.
"The First Violin" by Jessie Fothergill
***

In poetry:

My sponsors spake unto the Lord
And three things promised they,
Upon my soul with one accord
Their easy vows did lay.
"The Name" by Anna Hempstead Branch
Soft and easy is thy cradle;
Coarse and hard thy Saviour lay,
When His birthplace was a stable,
And His softest bed was hay.
"Cradle Hymn" by Isaac Watts
We lay at St. Helen's, and easy she rode
With one anchor catted and fresh-water stowed;
When the barge came alongside like bullocks we roared,
For we knew what we carried with Nelson aboard.
"The Quarter-Gunner's Yarn" by Sir Henry Newbolt
Within a manger lodged thy Lord
Where oxen lay and asses fed;
Warm rooms we do to thee afford,
An easy cradle or a bed.
Sweet baby, then forbear to weep;
Be still, my babe; sweet baby, sleep.
"A Rocking Hymn" by George Wither
At last I saw the ocean, a pleasing sight to me:
I stood upon the shore of a mighty glorious sea.
The waves in easy motion went rolling on their way,
English colours were a-flying where the British squadron lay.
"The Sailor-Boy" by John Clare
W'en hit's mos' nigh time fu' wakin' on de dawn o' jedgment day,
Seems lak I kin hyeah ol' Gab'iel lay his trumpet down an' say,
"Who dat walkin' 'roun' so easy, down on earf ermong de dead?"--
'T will be Lizy up a-tu'nin' of de chillun in de bed.
"The Turning Of The Babies In The Bed" by Paul Laurence Dunbar

In news:

A 'humane' cage for egg-laying hens doesn't go over easy in Senate.
Stephen lays out an easy plan to transform a guest bedroom into a holiday hideaway.
She is a calm, easy going girl who enjoys attention, laying on the bed, and being petted.
This will definitely improve your odds of finding an easy lay at the Machine Shop, just approach the girls wearing Nirvana shirts.
The largest full-patio bar in Knoxville with an easy-going feel that allows guests to lay back and have a good time.
Democratic Sen Michael Bennet and Republican challenger Ken Buck took it easy on each other in their first Denver-area debate, laying out familiar differences over tax cuts and immigration.
***

In science:

Indeed it is easy to find that there is no way to lay out a railway track (no curvature) such that the sideways given force is velocity independent.
Generalizing Optical Geometry
***