Pronunciation of Lace
/lˈe͡ɪs/, /lˈeɪs/, /l_ˈeɪ_s/
Synonyms for lace:
heel, shoot up, print.
come down, stamp.
Other synonyms and related words:
fort, gird, DO, inject, wrap, instep, fortify, beat, unbutton, heel, insole, gauze, empale, thrash, infuse, cookie, inweave, fringe, wind, loop, intertwine, belabor, drubbing, weaken, lacing, entwine, sole, tartan, use, interlace, thresh, print, bootlaces, plat, whacking, interweave, net, hammer, arm, impale, impart, wreathe, netting, mesh, pleach, spat, spike out, roll, batik, lend, pinstripe, voile, whup, brocade, tan, mold, thrashing, toe, cable, do up, line, trouncing, twist, plaid, lace up, damask, tat, build up, birch, stamp, pummel, Intertwist, wire, upper, unzip, beef up, lambaste, Tromp, tissue, mainline, stiletto, decoration, strengthen, beating, season, paddle, sniff, enlace, transfix, flog, water down, distort, drub, batter, interlock, licking, shoot, pommel.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
brocade, netting, plaid, damask, pinstripe, batik, gauze.
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
chain, binder, hinge, string, hasp, thread, cinch, tack, buckle, rivet, clip, link, cotter, hawser, cincture, bond, vise, strap, knot, anchor, paste, knitting, go-between, fuse, tie, latch, seal, grapnel, clamp, twine, bracket, braid, skewer, weld, ligament, lock, hook, fastener, belt, mucilage, brace, snap, binding, splice, cement, catch, clinch, hitch, band, cleat, connector, pin, agent, bolt, coupling, zipper, button, clasp, stitch, fastening, middleman, brad, Vinculum, spike, guy, nail, glue, bonding, medium, closure, suture, rabbet, mediator, stay, staple.
netted material (noun)
string used to connect (noun)
fasten, intertwine (verb)
Usage examples for lace:
- Somehow I expected at least a little real lace." - "Apron-Strings", Eleanor Gates.
- It is of gold lace. - "Folk-Tales of Bengal", Lal Behari Day.
- Nature has given to the fingers of woman a charming art, which she knows by instinct, and which is peculiarly her own- as silk to the worm, and lace- work to the swift and subtle spider. - "The Simple Life", Charles Wagner.