Definition of lacy
: resembling or consisting of lace
Examples of lacy in a Sentence
The flower's petals are lacy and delicate.
Recent Examples of lacy from the Web
Models, photographers, and designers gathered at Spencer House to celebrate the relaunch of the ‘90s perfume wearing slip dresses, denim jackets, and lacy jumpsuits.
A lacy network of rivers runs through Ohio, and the clay along these rivers has the right composition and consistency for the production of ceramics.
Watch Lacy McIntyre's video here. -- lacy mixon (@lacymcintyre) May 21, 2017 The North Shore was under a flash flood warning until 8:15 p.m. Saturday as strong storms ranged eastward into Mississippi.
The final, irresistible flourish of restaurant French toast is in the lacy brown crust.
From one canvas edge to the other, lacy patterns of green nature wrap the animal’s body in a delicate embrace.
The visual moves between explosions of trippy, colorful visuals and scenes of the group kicking it with a beautiful woman dressed in lacy black lingerie.
The final, irresistible flourish of restaurant French toast is in the lacy brown crust that adorns both sides.
A late-winter meal opened with a lacy Parmesan crisp cradling chopped fig, Castelvetrano olives and black garlic, chased by chimichurri made with mustard greens and black lemon.
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First Known Use of lacy
LACY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lacy for English Language Learners
: made of lace
: resembling lace
LACY Defined for Kids
Definition of lacy for Students
: resembling or made of lace a lacy curtain lacy flower petals
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