from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete form of lair, layer.


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  • A moment laier Herrera landed beside me and ihe manhole above clapped shul.

    The Space Merchants Pohl, Frederik 1952

  • Tiie blood, from whence X took thefe partr» was taken from a patient, labonring onder an infianunatory dileafe, two or three hoars laier than the ablbe£i was opened* and th« fm obtained.

    The Monthly Review 1776


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