waylay definition by Webster's New World
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- waylayer noun
waylay definition by American Heritage Dictionary
transitive verb way·laid , way·lay·ing, way·lays
- To lie in wait for and attack from ambush. See Synonyms at ambush.
- To accost or intercept unexpectedly.
- wayˈlayˌer noun