a man who has taken religious vows and habit but is employed by his order chiefly in manual labor.
a man who has taken the vows of a religious order but is not ordained and not bound to divine office
[ley-bahy] /ˈleɪˌbaɪ/ noun 1. British. (on a road or railroad) a place beside the main road or track where vehicles may wait. 2. Nautical. a mooring place in a narrow river or canal, formed to one side so as to leave the channel free. noun 1. (Brit) a place for drivers to stop at the […]
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noun 1. Commerce. one of a certain number of days allowed by a charter party for loading or unloading a vessel without demurrage. 2. Nautical. a day in which a vessel is delayed in port.
/ˈleɪdiːz/ plural noun 1. (informal) a jocular spelling of ladies, as pronounced in a mid-Atlantic accent