Origin of lacquer
OTHER WORDS FROM lacquerlac·quer·er, nounre·lac·quer, verb (used with object)un·lac·quered, adjective
How to use lacquer in a sentence
A trained eye sees only the faint palimpsest of the war beneath layers of urbanization, expansion, suburbanization and all the lacquer that an affluent and busy society slathers on the past.
SpaceX also has swapped out two engines of the Falcon 9 rocket that would launch Saturday after detecting that a tiny valve vent was clogged with a lacquer used to prevent corrosion.During a year of tumult, space has been a rare bright spot. SpaceX and NASA hope to keep it that way.|Christian Davenport|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Glam came into play in the form of a figure-hugging lacquered rayon cloth skirt in turquoise that looked like sexy plastic.
Then they offer up lacquered knits and lace, woven leather, woven and lacquered leather.
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.
She dispenses facts like a braying machine, bobble-nodding a head of hyper-lacquered hair.
She moved now deliberately to Um's fusuma, tapping lightly on the lacquered frame.
She then entered, placing her small lacquered clogs beside those of her husband.
The finest of these are lacquered with silver and gold, while the harnesses and whips are made of real silver and gold.Ways of War and Peace|Delia Austrian
He threw the letter back quickly, and closed the wonderfully adjusted drawer of the lacquered table.The Nabob|Alphonse Daudet
In the meantime, have the other stuff cleaned up and lacquered; it keeps rust off, and saves the servants much trouble.Letters of Lt.-Col. George Brenton Laurie|George Brenton Laurie