outlaid

outlaid

[out-leyd]
verb
simple past tense and past participle of outlay.
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outlay

[n. out-ley; v. out-ley]
noun
1.
an expending or spending, as of money.
2.
an amount expended; expenditure.
verb (used with object), outlaid, outlaying.
3.
to expend, as money.

Origin:
1545–55; out- + lay1

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outlay
 
n
1.  an expenditure of money, effort, etc
 
vb , -lays, -laying, -laid
2.  (tr) to spend (money)

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outlay
"act or fact of laying out (especially money) or expending," 1798, originally Scottish, from out + lay (v.).
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