verb (used with object), laced, lac·ing.
verb (used without object), laced, lac·ing.
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Origin of lace
OTHER WORDS FROM lacelacelike, adjectivelacer, nounre·lace, verb, re·laced, re·lac·ing.well-laced, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for lace
You can get the boot in two lengths, high or mid, to protect from heavy snowfall, plus they are pull-on, so you won’t have to worry about any tiny gaps from tongues and laces that could let in moisture.Best snow boots: Trudge confidently through snowfall|PopSci Commerce Team|February 17, 2021|Popular Science
The creative engineers behind Nike’s signature designs came up with the idea to create a bi-stable hinge that enables the ease of putting on and taking off the shoe without the need for laces.Nike Unveils The Nike Go FlyEase, Its First Hands-Free Shoe|Jasmine Grant|February 2, 2021|Essence.com
It has a hard fight against the humble shoe lace, which hasn’t failed us yet.
To keep the shoe in both positions, a tensioner wraps around the outside of the shoe, which does the tightening and securing that would normally go to the laces.
The president and first lady Rosalynn Carter stopped twice to retie the laces of their 9-year-old daughter Amy’s boots.
Lacer: a lappet; applied to a margin with irregular, broad and deep emarginations, leaving lappet-like intervals.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
Lacer is derived from laqs, a rope, a noose; and this comes from laqueus.
Get something with plenty of whalebones ready and a good tough lacer.Dr. Hardhack's Prescription|Katharine McDowell Rice