verb (used with object)
Words nearby lacquer
Origin of lacquer
OTHER WORDS FROM lacquerlac·quer·er, nounre·lac·quer, verb (used with object)un·lac·quered, adjective
Examples from the Web for lacquered
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.
A little table of lacquered wood a foot square and four inches high was set before each man of our party.
The lacquered cases illustrated in this chapter indicate the style.Chats on Old Clocks|Arthur Hayden
She took something from a Japanese lacquered box and held it out to him in her little firmly closed hand.Abb Aubain and Mosaics|Prosper Mrime
In Japan where, save the lower storey, the whole is lacquered red, they are a striking feature of the country.The Empire of the East|H. B. Montgomery
The lacquered surface is exceedingly hard and water-proof; it is not affected by climate.Commercial Geography|Jacques W. Redway