Thesaurus / lacker

opposites of lacker

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Lacquer, Lacker, lak′ėr, n. a varnish made of lac and alcohol.
He supposes that, to redeem his name, he has only got to lacker it.
What's the use of a lot of tinsel and lacker, if the real metal isn't there?
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Ovid however had no intention that young women should lacker themselves.
Get them home for fifty shillings, say There was a deal of gold, and lacker, and varnish about them.
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