1. a drink of alcohol.
|Scamping Tricks 84: I would have given just then some one else’s gold-mines for a strong lay-up of something neat [F&H].|
2. a term in jail.
|Down and Out in Complete Works I (1986) 190: It seemed his whole life was this — a round of mooching, drunks and lay-ups.|
3. (UK Und.) a hideout.
|Phenomena in Crime 33: A gentleman having the ‘open Sesame’ key to all the underworld ‘lay ups’.|
4. (US campus) something easy.
|Campus Sl. Apr.|