Definition of Blays

1. Noun. (plural of blay) ¹



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Definition of Blays

1. blay [n] - See also: blay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blays

blauding
blauds
blaw
blawed
blawg
blawgs
blawing
blawn
blawort
blaworts
blaws
blaxploitation
blaxploitations
blaxploitative
blay
blays (current term)
blazar
blazars
blaze
blaze a trail
blaze away
blaze orange
blaze oranges
blaze out
blaze up
blazed
blazer
blazered
blazers
blazes

Literary usage of Blays

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1. Yorkshire County Magazine by Joseph Horsfall Turner (1891)
"... Richard blays de eadm. Mauleverer. 1888. ... Richard blays, and Richard Parson of the Church of Dighton. Witnesses—Sir Richard de ..."

2. Cataract: Its Nature, Causes, Prevention, and Cure by James Compton Burnett (1889)
"The fish, not only blays, but also pike and perch, swim about as if stunned and can be caught with the most primitive kind of tackle. ..."

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