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    the fire was "laid"?

    When talking about a hearth, what does it mean by the fire was "laid" but unlit?

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    Re: the fire was "laid"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Eway View Post
    When talking about a hearth, what does it mean by the fire was "laid" but unlit?

    It means that all the materials used in a fire - wood, paper, coal or other - have been placed in the correct way ready for the fire to be lit - using the very lay.

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