Definition of 'lay hands on'
Example sentences containing 'lay hands on'
Here was stored all her small possessions, things that her father would most certainly destroy should he ever lay hands on them.NOBLE BEGINNNINGS (2002)
I wanted to know where I could lay hands on him once I had my ammunition.134 Bolton High Road wasn't the builder's yard I'd been expecting.KICK BACK (2002)
Definition of lay hands on from the Collins English Dictionary
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