Origin of unlaid
verb (used with object), un·laid, un·lay·ing.
Origin of unlay
Examples from the Web for unlaid
Aus ungelegten Eiern werden spt junge Hhner—Chickens are long in coming out of unlaid eggs.
On June 25, 1951, an incomplete clutch of three eggs was found with a female which still had an unlaid egg.
But still, above and beneath and through every other odor, the unlaid ghost of Tammas's victim cried for vengeance.Dear Enemy|Jean Webster
Terrors and ghosts of unlaid accountants haunt the houses of their children from generation to generation.
The officer who had brought Father Vincent to this conference, also stood musing after them with unlaid suspicion.The Lady of Fort St. John|Mary Hartwell Catherwood