- a rack or bar containing needles, situated at the front of the reed, and used in the production of figured patterns.
- an ornamented fabric produced by lappet weaving.
Words nearby lappet
OTHER WORDS FROM lappetlap·pet·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for lappet
The skirt is put on and gathered just under the edge of the lappet.
If the subject is only moderately interesting he pulls a sleeve or a lappet of a coat.Gossamer|George A. Birmingham
The body is cut so as to form lappets and has no seam at the waist; the lappet, quite smooth, goes round behind.
Both tippet and lappet are often peculiarly ornamented, and the former is sometimes strikingly coloured.The Moths of the British Isles, First Series|Richard South
All the while betwixt finger and thumb he squeezed and pinched his Wonderstone beneath the lappet of his pocket.The Three Mulla-mulgars|Walter De La Mare