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noun as in netted material

noun as in string used to connect

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verb as in fasten, intertwine

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You remember that doll’s dress as green instead of blue, because when you were that age your mother had a green dress with the same kind of lace collar as the doll’s.

So in response, we meticulously designed the Clove sneaker with fluid-repellent laces and uppers made from liquid-repellent and stain-resistant Clarino fabric, which can be cleaned easily with the same antibacterial wipes used in the hospital.

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They also have a sneaker that has no laces which I love when I really just need to slip something on.

The speed laces cinch tight for a secure fit and don’t flap around when I’m swimming, which is a problem with some similar models.

Parents have declared unequivocally that they want more than higher test scores and yet all funds to public schools are tied to test scores like laces on shoes.

They lifted her up, and when they saw that she was laced too tightly, they cut the stay lace in two.

More items came in time, as funding was available, like a slit-and-lace-up jacket and a line of boxer underwear.

And no amount of fancy lace could ever have competed with the joy of sleep.

One 1918 example, in wispy silk chiffon and lace is even trimmed in mink!

In the Forum Club, there is taffeta and lace, leather and gold.

On his head was the second-hand hat of some parvenu's coachman, gold lace, cockade and all.

C was a Captain, all covered with lace; D was a drunkard, and had a red face.

Ramona had covered the box with white cloth, and the lace altar-cloth thrown over it fell in folds to the floor.

She rose impatiently and bathed her eyes before ringing for the maid to lace her for dinner—it was long past tea-time.

She still wore the shabby lace and the artificial bunch of violets on the side of her head.


On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lace, such as: mesh, ornament, banding, border, crochet, and edging.

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