verb (used with object), laced, lac·ing.
verb (used without object), laced, lac·ing.
Origin of lace
Related formslace·like, adjectivelac·er, nounre·lace, verb, re·laced, re·lac·ing.well-laced, adjective
Examples from the Web for lace
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.
I wanted the whole dress to glisten, so I used a lace with silver thread in it.
What looked like ethnic or folk iconography was seen in the brightest of colors on suede, lace, and silk chiffon.
Giorgio Armani Privé, which debuted in Paris on Tuesday, featured fine fabrics, loads of lace, and a neutral palette.Giorgio Armani Fall Winter 2013/2014 Armani Prive Couture Collection|Alice Cavanagh|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The whole beauty of Brussels lace depends upon the evenness of the stitches.Beeton's Book of Needlework|Isabella Beeton
Not one of them but bore its two ankers of the right French cognac, or its bale of silk of Lyons and lace of Valenciennes.Rodney Stone|Arthur Conan Doyle
It was Mevrouw van Holp arrayed in the grandest of caps and the longest of satin aprons ruffled with lace.Hans Brinker|Mary Mapes Dodge
Where children are present, the girls are dressed in sheer muslin or lace over silk slips, and adorned with fluttering ribbons.Social Life|Maud C. Cooke
Lace curtains and moquette carpets would be nowhere apparent.The Nation in a Nutshell|George Makepeace Towle