His oxblood cardigan, in lacquered wool, is splendid, and so are his waxed-suede pants.
With marble archways, a sea-swept spa and lacquered restaurants, this place sparkles.
Then they offer up lacquered knits and lace, woven leather, woven and lacquered leather.
The next stage was the Dutch lacquered panel actually produced in Holland.
He glided through the lacquered door and closed it behind him.
When he was a little fellow, his mother had given him a lacquered sewing box that had belonged to her French mother.
Its corners were strengthened with sheet iron, lacquered black.
They are made of soft steel, lacquered, possessing very great strength and considerable flexibility.
It is also carved, gilt, inlaid, or lacquered in different ways.
A fine example of his work is illustrated (p. 263), a long-case clock having the door of lacquered work in the "Chinese taste."
1570s as "dye obtained from lac;" 1670s as "lacquer," from obsolete French lacre, name for a kind of sealing wax, from Portuguese lacre, unexplained variant of lacca "resinous substance," from Arabic lakk, from Persian lak (see lac).
"cover or coat with laqueur," 1680s, from lacquer (n.). Related: Lacquered; lacquering.