Examples of latticework in a Sentence
the intricate latticework of the fence
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The train — a black locomotive and four silver cars — eased out of the State Street station Wednesday morning, onto a latticework of tracks that routes trains east to Old Saybrook, north to Hartford and Springfield.
That latticework prevents a significant portion of the fruit’s sugar from being absorbed early on during the digestive process.
In between, in just under two hours, local playwright Michael Hollinger presents a latticework of characters and situations whose interrelationships gradually become clear.
The cream column dress boasted gold and silver latticework on the chest and sleeves, a matching belt at the waist and a subtle leg slit on the left side.
Here, the sisters are cloistered from the public behind no-nunsense, spiky window grilles with tiny peepholes in the latticework for the nuns to see through.
But the roof garden where saleswomen (referred to as salesgirls back then) took the air and promenaded a century ago is still there, latticework and all.
With limited time and space, and casualties spiraling, the deceased are rushed into mass graves — a layer of bodies placed between a latticework of cinderblocks, a sheet of plywood placed on top, and another layer added.
Within 10 seconds, the group is subsumed into a larger group that sets about creating a delicate choreographic latticework that wends around the stage.
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Definition of latticework for English Language Learners
: a frame or structure made of crossed wood or metal strips
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