lace

Part of speech: verb

To trim with lace; interlace.

Part of speech: noun

A delicate network of threads of linen, silk, cotton, etc.; also, any ornamental cord or braid.

Part of speech: noun

A shoe - string; any string.

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Usage examples "lace":

  1. The greater the variety in the filling- in stitches, the more beautiful the lace. - "The Art of Modern Lace Making", The Butterick Publishing Co..
  2. What the lace- selling shop makes out of her, the lace- selling shop does not state. - "A Poor Man's House", Stephen Sydney Reynolds.
  3. I'll lace you up properly for once. - "The Red Fairy Book", Various.