hit the hay hit the hay


  • (v) prepare for sleep


  1. True to his word, it was in the third that Clay's foe hit the hay.
  2. So before you head out on that next big car trip, hit the hay a little bit early the night before.
  3. Sometimes too weary to open a book at night, he would hit the hay at 8, set his alarm for a chilly 4 a.


  • NCAA Baseball Tournament 2013 bracket update: Oregon State survives K-State rally, moves on to Omaha

    Oregon State withstood a late Kansas State rally to win, 4-3, and advance to Omaha for the fifth time in school history. If you turned the game off late Monday to hit the hay, nobody can really blame you. A day after scolding K-State with a 12-4 Game 2 retribution, the Beavers held a 4-0 lead in the sixth inning, which began at roughly midnight on the East Coast. Man, did you miss some ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: SB Nation

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