Definition of Interlaying

1. Verb. (present participle of interlay) ¹



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Definition of Interlaying

1. interlay [v] - See also: interlay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interlaying

interlap
interlapped
interlapping
interlaps
interlapse
interlapses
interlard
interlarded
interlarding
interlards
interlay
interlayer
interlayered
interlayering
interlayers
interlaying (current term)
interlayment
interlays
interleaf
interleafed
interleafing
interleaflet
interleafs
interleague
interleave
interleaved
interleaves
interleaving
interleavings
interlegislative

Literary usage of Interlaying

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1. Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy. (1826)
"The gold-beaters use 3 kinds of membranes ; for the outside cover, common parchment made of sheep-skin ; for interlaying with the gold, first the smoothest ..."

2. Erecting and Operating: An Educational Treatise for Constructing Engineers by Nehemiah] [Hawkins (1913)
"interlaying the two ends together, as illustrated for a short splice, do not push the strands under each other, but separate the splice into parts, ..."

3. A Dictionary of the Kaffir Language: Including the Xosa and Zulu Dialects by William Jafferd Davis (1872)
"... vtx To interlay, as the interlaying of metal or ivory in wood or stone. Applied by the Kaffirs especially to the interlaying of lead I ..."

4. The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art (1841)
"The gold-beaters use three kinds of membranes; for the outside cover, common parchment ; for interlaying with the gold, first the smoothest and closest ..."

5. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. by John Gibson Lockhart (1848)
"... and he thenceforth worked with determined resolution on the life of Napoleon, interlaying a day or two of the Chronicles of the Canongate, ..."

6. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott by John Gibson Lockhart (1901)
"... and he thenceforth worked with determined resolution on the Life of Napoleon, interlaying a day or two of the Chronicles of the Canongate, ..."

7. Things Chinese: Or, Notes Connected with China by James Dyer Ball (1904)
"... buried in the ground and lined with mats and leaves, interlaying them with salt, which kills the pups but keeps the silk supple, strong, and lustrous ..."

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