Definition of Trays

1. n. pl. See Trais.



Definition of Trays

1. Noun. (plural of tray) ¹

2. Verb. (third-person singular of tray) ¹

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Definition of Trays

1. tray [n] - See also: tray

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trays

traybit
traybits
trayed
trayf
trayful
trayfuls
traying
trayless
traylike
trayline
traylines
trayne
trayned
traynes
trayning
trays (current term)
traysful
trazodone
trazodone hydrochloride
trazodones
tre
tre corde
treacher
treacheries
treacherous
treacherously
treacherousness
treachers
treachery

Literary usage of Trays

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1920)
"Ninety-three trays of shells from the Eastern United States. WG MAZYCK. ... For y two trays of land shells fn.m Florida. F. OLDACH. ..."

2. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1894)
"This is simply an upright box, made tight, with cleats on each aide, into which the trays of cut fruit are slid. The most convenient size for these is a ..."

3. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1887)
"As fast as the fruit is thoroughly cured, the trays are removed from the top, and may then be inserted at bottom, after having been charged with • fresh ..."

4. Biennial Report by South Dakota, California State Board of Horticulture, State Athletic Commission (1890)
"As soon as dipped, the prunes are ready to be spread on trays and to be laid out in the ... The most economical trays are long trays made of split shakes, ..."

5. Complete Mineral Catalog by Warren Mathews Foote (1909)
"THK OAK trays are of uniform size, measuring inside 23^ x ... Each oak tray is fitted with 25 white pasteboard trays measuring 4^ x 3»/16 in. (12x9 cm.). ..."

6. Strawberry-growing by Stevenson Whitcomb Fletcher (1917)
"trays made of pine cost us 25 cents each. A sheet of wrapping paper placed over the berries keeps out the dust, which would sift through the slat tops. ..."

7. Manual of Library Economy by James Duff Brown (1907)
"Cabinet of Card trays (Section 293). in 1902 was the modification in the sides of trays, whereby the woodwork was cut down so as to lighten the tray and ..."

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