verb (used with object)
Origin of lacquer
Related formslac·quer·er, nounre·lac·quer, verb (used with object)un·lac·quered, adjective
Examples from the Web for lacquer
The lacquer cures for 72 hours, and then is sanded by hand to buff out any imperfections.
We cast that badly, and give lustre to the ill-cast fish with lacquer in imitation of bronze.The Crown of Wild Olive|John Ruskin
It is employed by artists in water colors and as a varnish for lacquer work.
File off the surplus solder, polish and lacquer as you did the tea caddy.The Library of Work and Play: Working in Metals|Charles Conrad Sleffel
For on the inside of the lacquer he found a shred of reddish wood fibre.The Case of The Pool of Blood in the Pastor's Study|Grace Isabel Colbron and Augusta Groner
We cast that badly, and give luster to the ill-cast fish with lacquer in imitation of bronze.