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Forelay

Forelay is sometimes a misspelling of flagrancy.

Definition of the verb Forelay

What does Forelay mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections: forelaid | forelaying | forelays

  1. simple past of forelie

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Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of American Regionalisms (2000)

by Robert Hendrickson

“You'd better forelay for a cold winter.” foreroom Once commonly used for the living room or parlor of a house, where people were entertained. fore-royal The first morning cup of coffee on a ship or on shore in some coastal areas of New ...

Google previewThe Dictionary Appendix and Orthographer, Containing Upwards of 7000 Words Not Found in the Dictionary; Comprising the Participles of Verbs, which Often Prove Perplexing Even to the Best Writers (etc.) 9. Ed (1857)

by C ..... Vines

e e J Forehear, foreheard, forehearing c te Forelay, forelaid, forelaying . Forelend , forelent, forelending . Forelook, forelooked, forelooking Foreordain, foreordained, foreordaining Forerán, forerun, forerunning Foresay, foresaid, foresaying ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Rhymes (1918)

by James A. Colligan

betray, decay, defray, delay, disarray, display, dismay, essay, forelay, gainsay, inlay, relay, repay, roundelay, virelay, neigh, weigh, inveigh, prey, they, convey, obey, purvey, survey, disobey, grey, tway, fay, shay, yea, gray, aye, denay, sleigh.

Google previewThe rhymers' lexicon (1971)

by Andrew Loring, George Saintsbury

drey Easter-day émigré employé employée entremets essay estray FAIR exposé fair-way fair-play fay feather-spray fey ñreclay first-day fiay footway foray forelay foresay forestay forlay fray gainsay gala-day galloway gay . good~day gourmet ...

Google previewThe American Phonographic Dictionary: Exhibiting the Correct and Actual Shorthand Forms for All the Useful Words of the English Language (1882)

by Elias Longley

Forelay) ...

Google previewA Rhyming Dictionary: Answering at the Same Time the Purposes of Spelling, Pronouncing, and Explaining the English Language (1866)

by John Walker

defray, delay, disarray, display, dismay, essay, forelay, gainsay, inlay, relay, repay, rouudelay, virelay. Perfect rhymes, neigh, weigh, inveigh, &c., prey, they, convey, obey, purvey, survey, disobey, grey. Allowable rhymes, tea, sea, fee, see, ...

Google previewA rhyming dictionary (1819)

by John Walker

may, nay, pay, play, ray, say, way, pray, spray, slay, spay, stay, stray, sway, affray, allay, array, astray, away, belay, bewray, betray, decay, defray, delay, disarray, display, dismay, essay, forelay, gainsay, inlay, relay, repay, roundelay, virelay.

Google previewA rhyming dictionary ... Fourth edition, improved (1824)

by John WALKER (the Philologist.)

may, nay, pay, play, ray, say, way, pray, spray, slay, spuy, stay, stray, sway, affray, allay, array, astray, away, belay, bewray, betray, decay, defray, delay, disarray, display, dismay, essay, forelay, gainsay, inlay, relay, repay, roundelay, virelay.

Google previewA Rhyming, Spelling, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language in Which, I. The Whole Laguage is Arranged According to Its Terminations. II. Every Word is Explained and Divided Into Syllables Exactly as Pronounced ... to which ... is Added an Index of Allowable Rhymes, with Authorities for Their Usage from Our Best Poets (1859)

by John Walker

clay, day, dray, tray, flay, fray, gay, hay, jay, lay, may, nay, pay, play, ray, say, way, pray, spray, slay, spay, stay, stray, sway, affray, allay, array, astray, away, belay, bewray, betray, decay, defray, delay, disarray, display, dismay, essay, forelay, ...

Google previewRhyming dictionary for the use of young poets, with an essay on English versification [by T. Smibert]. (1852)

by Thomas Smibert

may, nay, pay, play, ray, say, way, pray, spray, slay, spay, stay, stray, sway, affray, allay, array, astray, away, belay, bewray, betray, decay, defray, delay, disarray, display, dismay, essay, forelay, gainsay, inlay, relay, repay, roundelay, virelay.

Google previewDictionary Appendix & Orthographer (1856)

Cont. Upwards of 7000 Words Not Found in the Dictionary; Comprising the Particles of Verbs ...

Forelay, forelaid, forelaying...

Google previewA DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, Answering at Once the Purposes of RHYMING, SPELLING AND PRONOUNCING. On a PLAN Not Hitherto Attempted (1775)

In Which, I. The Whole LANGUAGE is Arranged According to Its TERMINATIONS II. Every WORD is Explained and Divided Into SYLLABLES Exactly as Pronounced. III. Multitudes of WORDS Liable to a DOUBLE PRONUNCIATION are Fixed in Their TRUE SOUND by a Rhyme. IV.Several Words of Established Usage, Not to be Found in Our Best Dictionaries, are Inserted, and Most Difficult Words Rendered Easy to be Pronounced by Being Classed According to Their Endings. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED A Copious INTRODUCTION to the Various Uses of the Work, with Critical and Practical OBSERVATIONS on Orthography, Syllabication, Pronunciation, and Rhyme; And for the Purposes of Poetry is Added an INDEX of ALLOWABLE RHYMES. With Authorities for Their Usage from Our Best Authors by John Walker

Jay, zvay, pray, spray, flay, Ufay, ħay, Jiray, stvay, affray, allay, array, afiray, away, belay, betvray, betray, decay, defray, Helay, đifarray, display, dismay, ellay, forelay, gainsay, inlay, relay, repay, roundelay, virelay. Perfećt rhymes, neigh ...

Google previewA general pronouncing and explanatory Dictionary of the English Language ... By G. F. and G. K. (1802)

by George KNIGHT (of Edinburgh.)

a promontory, headland, Forelay, för-lä v.a. to intrap ...

Google previewSheridans pronouncing and spelling dictionary (1800)

in which are ascertained both the sound and the meaning of every word in the english language

promontory, headland [entrap by ambush Forelay, fôre- lá', v. a. to lay wait for, Forelift, fôre.lift", v. a. to raife aloft any anteriour part Forelock, före-lók, f. hair on the forehead Foreman, fóre-mån, f. first or chief perfon on a ...

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Forelay Meaning

Video shows what forelay means. To lay down beforehand. To waylay. To plan, contrive in advance. Forelay Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio ...

Scrabble value of F4O1R1E1L1A1Y4

The value of this 7-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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