Definition of Layby

1. Noun. Designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily.

Exact synonyms: Lay-by, Pull-off, Rest Area, Rest Stop
Generic synonyms: Area



Definition of Layby

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of lay-by) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Layby

lay to rest
lay up
lay waste
lay waste to
lay witness
laya
layabout
layabouts
layaway
layawayed
layawaying
layaways
layback
laybacked
laybacks
layby (current term)
laybys
laydeez
laydown
laydowns
laye
layed
layed up
layer
layer cake
layer of Bechterew
layer of piriform neurons
layer of rods and cones
layerage
layerages

Literary usage of Layby

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1. The Works of the Rev. P. Doddridge by Philip Doddridge (1804)
"Jesus G hin, lie, and knew that t, • ? hi¡ he layby the side of the pool, time i« that case, he and knowing that lie had been now a long lime [in ne had ..."

2. Flue-Cured Tobacco: The Complete Handbook by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"This makes layby applications of a herbicide to row middles justifiable in fields with ... layby applications are helpful in extending grass control when a ..."

3. Landscapes of Andalucia and the Costa Del Sol by John Oldfield, Christine Oldfield (2002)
"The albergue is about 5km to the left, but the walk goes right, across the arroyo, to a large CAR PARK/layby (1h 43min). The road continues to the minas de ..."

4. Selections from American Poetry: With Special Reference to Poe, Longfellow by Margaret Spraque Carhart (1917)
""layby! layby!" they called to him. Back he answered, "Sink or swim ! Brag of your catch of fish again!" 40 And off he sailed through the fog and rain! ..."

5. Financial Advertising: A Collection of Words, Phrases, Illustrated by William Borsodi (1909)
"If not, here's suggestioni Open a "layby" account in the Manufacturers National Bank and add to it weekly. The exhausting hot weather will then find you ..."

6. The Spectator by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele (1744)
"... between Man and Man were laid before him by the Parties concerned in a private way a and they would layby their ..."

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