[ uhn-leyd ]

  1. not laid or placed: The table is still unlaid.

  2. (of dead bodies) not laid out; not prepared for burial.

  1. not laid to rest, as a spirit.

  2. untwisted, as a rope.

Origin of unlaid

First recorded in 1425–75, unlaid is from the late Middle English word unleyd.See un-1, laid

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