[ lat-ist ]

  1. having a lattice or latticework.

  2. Biology. clathrate.

Origin of latticed

First recorded in 1555–65; lattice + -ed3

Other words from latticed

  • half-latticed, adjective
  • un·lat·ticed, adjective

Words Nearby latticed Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use latticed in a sentence

  • This information can be processed and then fed back into the city, creating a latticed network of feedback loops.

  • Just as it disappeared from view he caught a glimpse of a charming little girl, peeping out of a latticed window beside the door.

    Davy and The Goblin | Charles E. Carryl
  • Harry cast one slight glance at the latticed window, and jumped into the carriage.

  • The background of the gallery was a mass of tropical plants alternating with latticed windows and long glass doors.

    Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
  • Through latticed balconies you could see the faces of women with eyes warm and tranquil as the midnight.

    Kari the Elephant | Dhan Gopal Mukerji
  • Other windows were latticed, and others still were covered with a fine network to keep out mice and other objectionable animals.

    The Private Life of the Romans | Harold Whetstone Johnston