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He opened her bedroom door, laid her on the white, lacy coverlet of her bed.

Lacy is the smartest fellow we have, and I think will be sure to find him.

"Well, their folks had to pay Lacy for the cows," answered Jack.

The afternoon of this day he asked for his chaplain, Mr. Lacy.

So many years senior was Lacy to his skipper that he used to talk to him like a father.

I will buy her the necklace she scolded me about at Lacy and Gimcrack's; it's just the sum.

Dress up in that lacy black thing—you are seduction itself in it.'

She had found some lacy mats which she had washed and ironed hurriedly.

Lacy said she hadn't heard Uncle Joe chirp since he was baptized.

And now it will be Ziethen's turn, if Daun and Lacy still come on.

WORD ORIGIN

1804, from lace (n.) in the decorative sense + -y (2).

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