past participle of slay.
verb (used with object), slew, slain, slaying.
to kill by violence.
to destroy; extinguish.
Informal. to impress strongly; overwhelm, especially by humor:
Your jokes slay me.
Obsolete. to strike.
verb (used without object), slew, slain, slaying.
to kill or murder.
noun, plural sleys.
the reed of a loom.
the warp count in woven fabrics.
British. the lay of a loom.
verb (used with object)
to draw (warp ends) through the heddle eyes of the harness or through the dents of the reed in accordance with a given plan for weaving a fabric.
the past participle of slay
verb (transitive) slays, slaying, slew, slain
(archaic or literary) to kill, esp violently
(slang) to impress (someone) sexually
(obsolete) to strike
adjective 1. airborne.
- Sky-blue pink
noun, adjective 1. a jocular name for a nonexistent, unknown, or unimportant colour
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noun 1. the color of the unclouded sky in daytime; azure. noun 1. a light or pale blue colour (as adjective): a sky-blue jumper