hit the hay hit the hay

Definition(s):

  • (v) prepare for sleep

Usage(s):

  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.

News

  • 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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