Reading such a thing might convince the layman that getting hammered is healthy for the heart.
Even a layman can see the unconnected letters and the strange angles of the note.
Nuclear jargon has evolved into a code that is indecipherable to the layman.
Cranmer, in short, was as complete and convinced an Erastian as any layman could possibly have been.
They could not now expect any layman to have the courage to do so.
The layman discusses theology with the minister, and smiles.
Once, on a drunken spree, he let a layman wear his gown and rosary.
The cavalry had done everything quite according to tactics, which would only confuse the layman.
The speaker was a layman; he spoke with earnestness the more intense, because quiet.
In fact, every layman should be able to judge the importance of perfect gelatigenous tissue.