noun, plural la·cu·nae [luh-kyoo-nee] /ləˈkyu ni/, la·cu·nas.
Examples from the Web for lacunae
About a fourth, comprehending with lacunae the first portion of the dialogue, is preserved in several MSS.Timaeus|Plato
But even conventions which designedly are full of lacunae have their value.The Future of International Law|Lassa Oppenheim
Apellicon filled in the lacunae, and brought out a new, but faulty, edition.
Therefore the lacunae I've undertaken to fill out are the national wants.The Tragic Muse|Henry James
The letters and wood-cuts suffering from lacunae had been reformed with great skill on a new foundation.Book Repair and Restoration|Mitchell Buck