A straight and well laid out road directly connects these two latter points and marks the southern limit of the town.
It was five and twenty lashes, well laid on; you hears that, well laid on.
Helsingfors is handsome and well laid out with wide streets, parks, gardens and monuments.
When well laid in clay, they are said to last about 15 years.
It is large and well laid out, with a very pretty lake, which winds among the well-arranged groups of forest trees.
The grounds have been well laid out and planted with trees and shrubs.
Besides his corn land, he has a well laid out little garden, in which I found him and his wife busily at work.
But you certainly must admit that the town is well laid out.
There is surely no money so well laid out as that which purchases equanimity.
When a town is dead it's only right to have it well laid out.
past tense and past participle of lay (v.). Laid-up "injured, sick," originally was a nautical term (1769) describing a ship moored in harbor. Laid off "temporarily unemployed" is from 1916. Get laid "have sex" (with someone) attested from 1952, U.S. slang. Laid-back "relaxed" is first attested 1973, perhaps in reference to the posture of highway motorcyclists. Laid up "incapacitated" originally was of ships.
Having had sex; copulated with: definitely got laid