lace

Delicate, openwork fabric of silk, cotton or other thread used mainly as a trimming or accessory to clothing. Designs generally take the form of central motifs made up of numerous threads, several of which may be collected at the edge with a whipping stitch to create a ridged effect known as a cordonnet. The elements are joined either by slender th …...

Lace

Lace is slang for spirits added to coffee or some other beverage.
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Lace

Lace is slang for spirits added to coffee or some other beverage.
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lace

[n] - a cord that is drawn through eyelets or around hooks in order to draw together two edges (as of a shoe or garment) 2. [n] - a delicate decorative fabric woven in an open web of symmetrical patterns 3. [v] - do lacework 4. [v] - draw through eyes or holes
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lace

Delicate, decorative, openwork textile fabric. Lace is a European craft with centres in Belgium, Italy, France, Germany, and England. Needlepoint or point lace (a development of embroidery)...
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Lace

Lace (lās) noun [ Middle English las , Old French laz , French lacs , dim. lacet , from Latin laqueus noose, snare; probably akin to lacere to entice. Confer Delight , Elicit , Lasso , Latchet .] 1. That which bi...
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Lace

Lace transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Laced (āst); present participle & verbal noun Lacing .] 1. To fasten with a lace; to draw together with a lace passed through eyelet holes; to unite with a lace or laces, or...
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Lace

Lace intransitive verb To be fastened with a lace, or laces; as, these boots lace .
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Lace

Lace transitive verb To twine or draw as a lace; to interlace; to intertwine. « The Gond . . . picked up a trail of the Karela, the vine that bears the bitter wild gourd, and laced it to and fro across the temble door.» Kipling.
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lace

1. That which binds or holds, especially by being interwoven; a string, cord, or band, usually one passing through eyelet or other holes, and used in drawing and holding together parts of a garment, of a shoe, of a machine belt, etc. 'His hat hung at his back down by a lace.' (Chaucer) 'For striving more, the more in laces strong Himself he tied.' ...
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lace

noun a delicate decorative fabric woven in an open web of symmetrical patterns
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lace

lace up verb draw through eyes or holes; `lace the shoelaces`
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lace

verb do lacework; `The Flemish women were lacing in front of the cathedral`
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lace

noun a cord that is drawn through eyelets or around hooks in order to draw together two edges (as of a shoe or garment)
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Lace

• (v. t.) To adorn with narrow strips or braids of some decorative material; as, cloth laced with silver. • (n.) That which binds or holds, especially by being interwoven; a string, cord, or band, usually one passing through eyelet or other holes, and used in drawing and holding together parts of a garment, of a shoe, of a machine belt, e...
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lace

ornamental, openwork fabric formed by looping, interlacing, braiding (plaiting), or twisting threads. The dividing line between lace and embroidery, ... [2 related articles]
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Lace

fine open-work fabric with a mesh ground upon which patterns are worked.
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LACE

(Low-power Atmospheric Compensation Experiment) LACE in Acoustic Reverberation Chamber Part of a dual payload with RME (Relay Mirror Experiment) carrying laser defense experiments. LACE, also known as Losat-L, was built by the Naval Research Laboratory as a target for...
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lace

lace, patterned openwork fabric made by plaiting, knotting, looping, or twisting. The finest lace is made from linen thread. Handmade laces include needlepoint and bobbin lace, tatting, crochet work, and some fabrics made by netting and darning.Sections in this article:IntroductionVarieties of LaceE...
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Lace

Lace is a decorative fabric usually delicate, and made from linen, cotton or silk which has been woven into an open web of different symmetrical patterns and figures. Lace may be composed of needlework stitches - known as needlepoint lace - or plaited with the aid of bobbins on a pillow - which is variously known as bobbin lace, pillow lace or bone...
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lace

Delicate, decorative, openwork textile fabric. Lace is a European craft with centres in Belgium, Italy, France, Germany, and England. Needlepoint or point lace (a development of embroidery) originated in Italy in the late 15th or early 16th centuries. Lace was first made from linen thread and sometimes also with gold, silver, or silk; cotton, w...
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Lace

An openwork fabric with yarns that are twisted around each other to form complex patterns or figures. Lace may be hand or machine made by a variety of fabrication methods including weaving, knitting, crocheting, and knotting.
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Lace

A decorative open fabric made through knitting or looping yarns together. Lace also refers to design work on top of a base fabric, resulting in a raised pattern.
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Lace

A fine openwork fabric of figured designs, produced through a variety of methods.
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Lace

An openwork fabric with yarns that are twisted around each other to form complex patterns of figures. Lace may be hand or machine made by a variety of fabrication methods including weaving, knitting, crocheting, and knotting.
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