adjective, lac·i·er, lac·i·est.
Definition for lacy (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for lacy
The package contains the lacy, underwired bras of the Dita Von Teese Maternity Collection.
Decked in lacy lingerie her public tease dancing emphasizes her, um, flexibility.
With Seacrest, the queue of big-name Miss Havishams in lacy, "nude" boring dresses reached a critical mass.
Russia Bans Lace Panties: Say goodbye to lacy undergarments in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus!Russia Bans Lace Panties; Kardashians Launch Kids' Clothing Line|The Fashion Beast Team|February 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Former private college counselor Lacy Crawford, author of ‘Early Decision,’ breaks down the craziness for Lizzie Crocker.College Application Guru Turned Author Lacy Crawford on ‘Early Decision’|Lizzie Crocker|August 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Lacy told Davies that the Barrys' salary was 1500 a year (but the cost of their dresses fell heavily on them).Their Majesties' Servants (Volume 2 of 3)|John Doran
Was he to be shamed and sacrificed for Lacy's glory and honor by this woman?
Aunt Betsy gently dissented but Lacy seemed the moving spirit in the project and the elder woman deferred to her.Watch Yourself Go By|Al. G. Field
Straight through the lacy mesh of the filet to the heart interest!
Nay, in that dust Lacy had wallowed—shameless, persistent, beast-like.