OTHER WORDS FROM lacylac·i·ly, adverblac·i·ness, noun
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To achieve lacy brown edges and runny yolks, Spanish Diner cooks eggs in olive oil over high heat.José Andrés brings Spanish comfort food — including a lot of eggs — to Bethesda|Tom Sietsema|July 9, 2021|Washington Post
Grill a few lobes of cabbage until they’re equally charred and caramelized, with lacy, crisp edges and a soft center.The Best Way to Enjoy Summer Produce Is Over the Grill|Aliza Abarbanel|June 11, 2021|Eater
Zoom out to examine how the lacy skeleton allows the living sponge to filter water.The Curious Strength of a Sea Sponge’s Glass Skeleton|Elena Renken|January 11, 2021|Quanta Magazine
And two of those bigger things would be lucky even to fit into your ridiculous lacy little numbers at a mere F cup.
The package contains the lacy, underwired bras of the Dita Von Teese Maternity Collection.
You and Jake Lacy have a pretty epic sloppy kiss in this movie.Kate McKinnon Is the Crazy Girlfriend You’ve Always Wanted|Kevin Fallon|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
During the ride, Jai Johany plays lacy Afro jazz on a cassette machine, frowning, saying nothing.Stacks: Hitting the Note with the Allman Brothers Band|Grover Lewis|March 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Decked in lacy lingerie her public tease dancing emphasizes her, um, flexibility.
The play hath little in it but Lacy's part of a country fellow, which he did to admiration.
The play pleased us very well; but Lacy's part, the Dancing Master, the best in the world.
"I saw Mr. Lacy upon the street, to-day," remarked Mr. Read, the next evening at supper.
She gathered from their conversation that they had met Mr. Lacy at the Springs, whither he had gone with an invalid sister.
"It is for a lady who will not part with it, even to procure me a press of clients—for my mother," returned Mr. Lacy.