To be completely physically out of commission either by result of a flu-vaccination gone awry or an after school beating.

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  • laid out — {adj.} Arranged. * /Her house is very conveniently laid out./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • laid out — 1. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. □ Man, you got yourself laid out! □ I’m too laid out to go to work today. 2. mod. well dressed. □ Look at those silks! Man are you laid out! □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • laid\ out — adj Arranged. Her house is very conveniently laid out …   Словарь американских идиом

  • laid out —    drunk    Either like a boxer who has been floored by his opponent (in this case alcohol) or like a cadaver.    See lay out …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • laid out — adj American a. drunk. Another synonym for inebriated. Although the original metaphor is of someone knocked unconscious (or placed in a mortuary), the use of the phrase does not necessarily indicate intoxication to the point of stupefaction. b.… …   Contemporary slang

  • laid out in lavender — Meaning Show something in the best possible light. Origin From the practice of strewing lavender or other strong smelling herbs near dead bodies to mask their smell …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • Out of Revolution —   Book cover for Out of Revolution …   Wikipedia

  • laid — 1. AND layed mod. drug intoxicated. (See also laid out.) □ Man, did I get myself laid. □ Are you too layed to drive home? 2. mod. copulated with. (Usually objectionable.) □ Well, you look laid, all right …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Laid paper — is a type of paper having a ribbed texture imparted by the manufacturing process. In the 19th century its use diminished as it was largely supplanted by wove paper. Laid paper is still commonly used by artists as a support for charcoal… …   Wikipedia

  • out-laid — out laid, lament etc.: see out …   Useful english dictionary

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