simple past tense and past participle of outlay.
[noun out-ley; verb out-ley]
an expending or spending, as of money.
an amount expended; expenditure.
verb (used with object), out·laid, out·lay·ing.
to expend, as money.
Origin of outlay
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Related Words for outlaiduse, waste, consume, give, invest, contribute, expend, employ, settle, concentrate, allocate, drop, donate, distribute, dispense, disburse, dissipate, blow, exhaust, confer
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In the Oxford school, they will be called simply Inlaid and Outlaid.
The amphibious habit of this race is to me of more importance than its outlaid structure.
an expenditure of money, effort, etc
verb (ˌaʊtˈleɪ) -lays, -laying or -laid
(tr) to spend (money)
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