chap and lie


Definition of chap and lie


chap and lies

  1. :  the bowling of a bowl or a curling stone so that it hits another bowl or stone and remains in or near its place

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Origin and Etymology of chap and lie

Scots chap to strike

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a trip made at another's expense

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