lace, lacing (noun)
a cord that is drawn through eyelets or around hooks in order to draw together two edges (as of a shoe or garment)
a delicate decorative fabric woven in an open web of symmetrical patterns
intertwine, twine, entwine, enlace, interlace, lace (verb)
spin,wind, or twist together
"intertwine the ribbons"; "Twine the threads into a rope"; "intertwined hearts"
braid, lace, plait (verb)
make by braiding or interlacing
"lace a tablecloth"
"The Flemish women were lacing in front of the cathedral"
lace, lace up (verb)
draw through eyes or holes
"lace the shoelaces"
spike, lace, fortify (verb)
add alcohol to (beverages)
"the punch is spiked!"
A light fabric containing patterns of holes, usually built up from a single thread.
A cord or ribbon passed through eyelets in a shoe or garment, pulled tight and tied to fasten the shoe or garment firmly.
To fasten (something) with laces.
To add alcohol, poison, a drug or anything else potentially harmful to (food or drink).
To interweave items. (lacing one's fingers together)
To interweave the spokes of a bicycle wheel
Lace is an openwork fabric, patterned with open holes in the work, made by machine or by hand. The holes can be formed via removal of threads or cloth from a previously woven fabric, but more often open spaces are created as part of the lace fabric. Lace-making is an ancient craft. True lace was not made until the late 15th and early 16th centuries. A true lace is created when a thread is looped, twisted or braided to other threads independently from a backing fabric. Originally linen, silk, gold, or silver threads were used. Now lace is often made with cotton thread, although linen and silk threads are still available. Manufactured lace may be made of synthetic fiber. A few modern artists make lace with a fine copper or silver wire instead of thread.
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