What is another word for lays?

107 synonyms found


[ l_ˈeɪ_z], [ lˈe͡ɪz], [ lˈe‍ɪz]

Synonyms for Lays:

locates (verb) situates (verb) Other synonyms:

Rhymes for Lays:

  1. berets, days, hayes, dais, plays, polonaise, conveys, essays, cliches, decays, glaze, displays, haze, sprays, raise, sways, phrase, rephrase, graze, weighs, obeys, caches, dismays, maize, phase, res, defrays, faze, praise, repays, lyonnaise, craze, baize, bouquets, maze, braise, raze, daze, delays, ways, stays, chaise, hays, pays, bays, gaze, surveys, trays, slays, portrays, prays, blase, strays, jays, rase, blaze, brays, betrays, malaise, mays;
  2. amaze, ballets, allays, ablaze, arrays, appraise;
  3. urokinase;

Quotes for Lays:

  1. When the Negro cries with pain from his deep hurt and lays his petition for elemental justice before the nation, he is calling upon the American people to kindle about that crucible of race relationships the fires of American faith. Mordecai Wyatt Johnson.
  2. It is necessary for him who lays out a state and arranges laws for it to presuppose that all men are evil and that they are always going to act according to the wickedness of their spirits whenever they have free scope. Niccolo Machiavelli.
  3. Capital is money, capital is commodities. By virtue of it being value, it has acquired the occult ability to add value to itself. It brings forth living offspring, or, at the least, lays golden eggs. Karl Marx.

Idioms of Lays:

  1. Kill the goose that lays the golden egg( s).;
  2. kill the goose that lays the golden egg;

Adjectives for Lays:

  • stiff and gaunt,
  • short separate,
  • sunny brown,
  • stiff,
  • superb concave,
  • erroneous past,
  • blind and fat,
  • indignant green,
  • loathsome and common,
  • docile and discreet,
  • sharp and wild,
  • youthful cavalier,
  • peaceful dead,
  • bloody plain,
  • royal kindred,
  • common dead,
  • large and white,
  • cool and sweet,
  • simple, heartfelt,
  • numerous such,
  • rusty brown,
  • full many,
  • docile,
  • loathsome,
  • same old,
  • blind,
  • cool,
  • sharp,
  • large,
  • simple,
  • valiant dead,
  • bright and wide,
  • rough royal,
  • thy modest,
  • long and large,
  • bright,
  • long,
  • fair and splendid,
  • fair.