Adjective "Laced" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/leɪst/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Trimmed or fitted with lace or laces.
  1. 'His pant were tight enough that he could fit his knee-high, steel-toed, laced boots over them.'
  2. 'She twisted her laced handkerchief into a knot then cast her nervous gaze out the window.'
  3. 'Their flesh was tightly wrapped in fishnets and short, short skirts, with laced bras on top.'
  4. 'She fiddled with the buckles dangling from her black laced skirt.'
  5. 'Kate ignored him, and continued to rearrange her wine-red plunging v-neck slip dress with laced edging.'
  6. 'The men were mainly dressed in loose robes and laced leather boots.'

Definitions

1. a netlike ornamental fabric made of threads by hand or machine.

2. a cord or string for holding or drawing together, as when passed through holes in opposite edges.

3. ornamental cord or braid, especially of gold or silver, used to decorate uniforms, hats, etc.

4. a small amount of alcoholic liquor or other substance added to food or drink. verb (used with object), laced, lacing.

5. to fasten, draw together, or compress by or as if by means of a lace.

6. to pass (a cord, leathe

More examples(as adjective)

"wins can be laced with somes."

"tones can be laced with hints."

"boots can be laced."

"biscuits can be laced."

"necklines can be laced."

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Origin

(lace)