Recent Examples of lattice from the Web
Contemporary civilization has rebuilt itself atop a lattice of fragile computer systems, all interconnected.
Spread the apple filling evenly in the prepared pie pan and top with a lattice or inspired design of your choice.
Above that the lattice becomes a massive but elegant grid that narrows and tightens and then shifts to sky.
His subsequent account of the (literally) Neolithic process by which horizontal branches are woven together with upright rods into a lattice goes on for a half-dozen painstakingly detailed pages.
There were statement collars in contrasting colors, gowns with truncated lattice capes around the bust and tops with chest stripes.
Using a 1/2-inch square cookie cutter, cut out a lattice as shown, leaving a 1/2-inch border.
Elo set the piece on five couples, the men in black shirts and pants, the women in black leotards, under a huge tilting and angling overhead lattice.
With this setup, an optical lattice clock can measure 9 billion ticks per second.
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Origin and Etymology of lattice
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of lattice for English Language Learners
: a frame or structure made of crossed wood or metal strips
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