What is another word for lay?

963 synonyms found


[ l_ˈeɪ], [ lˈe͡ɪ], [ lˈe‍ɪ]

Synonyms for Lay:

locate (verb) situate (verb) Other synonyms:

Related words for Lay:


Rhymes for Lay:

  1. way, spray, trey, frey, grey, prey, yea, jay, ley, fey, flay, weigh, ne, de, bay, gray, say, sleigh, fray, cay, ney, pray, hay, clay, fay, bray, fe, se, wei, re, hey, paye, neigh, stray, k, nay, whey, mei, slay, sway, pei, tray, j, lei, day, play, pay, ca, wy, stay, dray, may, ray, ay, shay;
  2. halfway, crochet, monet, away, dismay, okay, essay, replay, bouquet, cache, delay, array, ga, fillet, obey, moray, ballet, decay, cliche, filet, parquet, convey, millay, toupee, ha, today, belay, bombay, betray, passe, display, defray, beret, repay, astray, sorbet, cafe, hooray, portray, buffet, valet, puree, allay, risque, survey, da, manet, purvey, croquet, saute;
  3. dak, attache, cabaret, disarray, ira, disobey, piaget, overstay, faberge, underway, underplay, cabernet, fiance, overplay;
  4. communique, cabriolet, naivete;

Quotes for Lay:

  1. When widows exclaim loudly against second marriages, I would always lay a wager than the man, If not the wedding day, is absolutely fixed on. Henry Fielding.
  2. You had to decompress the pressure before the race. I taught my heart to relax. I lay down before the race. It gave me more energy just before the race. Emerson Fittipaldi.
  3. I wander around, get the lay of the land and try to imagine what kind of people would have lived there in that historical period. What would they eat? What kind of clothing would they wear? How did they shelter themselves? How did they get around? James Welch.

Idioms of Lay:

  1. lay sth before sm;
  2. lay to;
  3. lay sm sweet lines on;

Adjectives for Lay:

  • stiff and gaunt,
  • short separate,
  • sunny brown,
  • stiff,
  • superb concave,
  • old and chartered,
  • erroneous past,
  • solemn and most circumstantial,
  • dead and white,
  • blind and fat,
  • indignant green,
  • guilty dead,
  • loathsome and common,
  • mere galvanized,
  • docile and discreet,
  • sharp and wild,
  • dank and prone,
  • youthful cavalier,
  • peaceful dead,
  • bloody plain,
  • royal kindred,
  • common dead,
  • unknown grave,
  • large and white,
  • such extinct,
  • cool and sweet,
  • simple, heartfelt,
  • numerous such,
  • sweet and quiet,
  • rusty brown,
  • visible and tangible,
  • full many,
  • docile,
  • loathsome,
  • many more,
  • same old,
  • dank,
  • visible,
  • solemn,
  • blind,
  • cool,
  • sharp,
  • sweet,
  • dead,
  • large,
  • simple,
  • old,
  • valiant dead,
  • calm and deep,
  • cruel and terrible,
  • many dead,
  • calm,
  • cruel,
  • bright and wide,
  • private hansom,
  • rough royal,
  • brown and silken,
  • thy modest,
  • long and large,
  • brown,
  • bright,
  • long,
  • colossal national,
  • fair and splendid,
  • fair.