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1. In Britain, a lavatory .
2. A person, more often a woman , regarded as a sex partner or sex-object . S/He's a good lay .
3. To lay (with) , to copulate (with) someone. See copulation for synonyms.
QUOTE: Bruce Rodgers. The Queens' Vernacular (1972): ' Sure I'd like to lay you - lay you out .'
4. An act / the act of copulation . During the Renaissance, someone was said to lay speechless when s/he was busy sexual intercoursing. See copulation for synonyms.
See Also: cable laying, bullfuck, ben's gran, set eyes on, Chinese fashion, Chinese style, clap eyes on, clap one's eyes on, clinovalent, get layed, lay a cable, lay cable, lay eyes on, lay one's eyes on, layed, long lie, spoons, spoon fashion, three bags full, lay, dock, love lane, concubine, bitched, buggered, and bewildered, laid, get laid, spooning, strapping, study astronomy, truth or dare, virgin pullet, sunnyside up, ten-inch (somebody), prig, prigging, Holland, Great Hormones at Bed Time, Grievous Bodily Harm, Hairy back, bad in the sack, hay bag, hedge whore, hedge-creeper, star-gazer, stargazer, on one's back, snuggle, southern hemisphere, Wet Cuddles, thorough-good-natured wench, incubus, lay the leg, lay the wood, leg spreader, lie in a state, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid Sex, Liquid Soap, dorsal lithotomy, a-buck, accouchement, backswing, displacement, dead easy, crib-house, crossing the middle and index fingers, croupade, blow off on the groundsels, blow the groundsels, bullshit, set one's eyes on, side-by-side position, bar, Bed of Nails, scag, screwed, blued, and tattooed, screwed, jewed and tattooed, see stars, concubitus, count ceiling tiles, gander month, Georgia Home Boy, get horizontal, cover, easy make, easy mark, easy ride, fall for like a ton of bricks, country, defecation, on, hit on (someone), spoon, Phthirus pubis, strap, put the make on someone, put the moves on someone, quandong, rape drugs, wap, succubus, woman-on-top position, cuddle, make a move on, make a pass at, load, lib, crib, leaping over the sword, closet, the, flat-backer, GHB, scoop, Cateracts of the Nile, bollocks, bottom's up, man-on-top position, hypothalamus,
Quotes Containing lay:
Brodie (Jason Lee) explains to T.S. (Jeremy London) and Gwen (Joey Lauren Adams) why his relationship with Rene failed in Mallrats (1995): - Brodie: ''You know how when someone lays with their back to you and you lay behind ''em really close and you throw one arm over ''em?'' - T.S.: ''It''s called spooning .'' - Brodie: ''Yeah, but you gotta put the other arm somewhere. You can either lay on it or just shove it between your bodies. The only other option is to stretch it above your head . But sometimes my arm pops out of socket when I''m sleeping like that. So I was constantly searching for someplace to keep my arm while still laying close to her.'' - T.S.: ''And?'' - Brodie: ''What do you mean ''and''? That''s like a metaphor for our whole relationship .''
Thomas Bridges. A Burlesque Translation of Homer (1770): ''Let him with Nell lay tit for tat / And trim her till I eat my hat .''
The First Lady, Larramie Royce (Jill Ireland) to secret service agent Jay Killian (Charles Bronson) if he?s falling in-love-with the first lady in Assassination (1987):''Killian, these are Italian shoes. They qualify as a lethal weapon . You lay one finger on me and you?ll get one in the southern-hemisphere .''
Lt. Catherine Gates (Ann Sheridan) to Capt. Henri Rochard (Cary Grant) in I Was a Male War Bride (1949): ''I may as well warn you, bubble-mouth, that I''m going to carry a revolver and a trench knife and if you so much as lay a finger on me this trip , you''re going back to France minus a lot of parts you probably value.''
Sir Guy Grand (Peter Sellers) to the Board of Directors in The Magic Christian (1969): ''May I take a page from our late great Rudy the Kip Kipling? Let our Kipling speak: There was a young lady from Exeter / All the young men threw their sex at her / Just to be rude / She lay in-the-nude / While her parrot, a pervert , took pecks at her.''
Manicurist ValDale (Geena Davis) is willing to forgive her fianc Doctor Ted Gallagher (Charles Rocket) for having one last fling if he agrees to lay off nurses in Earth Girls are Easy (1989): 'A relationship is like a porcelain nail , Ted. You can break it and you can glue it back together but it's not going to be as strong as it was unless the person is really committed and not bringing home nurses.'
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