Origin of lacquer
OTHER WORDS FROM lacquerlac·quer·er, nounre·lac·quer, verb (used with object)un·lac·quered, adjective
Words nearby lacquer
How to use lacquer in a sentence
You end up with a shiny mahogany lacquer that tastes as good as it looks.How to Make a Gorgeously Lacquered Chinese-American Thanksgiving Turkey With Cantonese Sticky Rice Stuffing|Carolyn Phillips|November 22, 2021|Eater
The lacquer cures for 72 hours, and then is sanded by hand to buff out any imperfections.
Azature has produced a black, glittering lacquer that contains 267 carats in the polish itself.
We both ordered grilled cheese for lunch and realized we were wearing the same color of nail lacquer.
It was a surface of polished lacquer, darker than the night, and powdered thick with the gold of reflected stars.The Dragon Painter|Mary McNeil Fenollosa
Then I came out beyond to a small temple on a mound, a sort of pointed roof on a circle of lacquer pillars.The Belted Seas|Arthur Colton
I was about to lacquer some children's large blocks, playing blocks.
What did you notice in the garage when you entered it to lacquer those blocks?
You had reached the point at which you said you entered the garage to, did you say, lacquer some blocks which you had prepared?