Adjective(1) made of or resembling lace(2) having open interstices or resembling a web
(1) The delightful aromatic scent of delicate, lacy carnations has always captivated me.(2) She was last seen walking along the Thames without her top, in a white lacy bra and pink floral mini skirt.(3) When you have made them all put a plate on top of the plate of lacy pancakes, then turn them over so that the brown crispy side is uppermost.(4) My uniform consists of a short puffy black skirt with a lacy blue apron, and a creamy off-white blouse.(5) I prefer black and silky to white or lacy , and certainly am not a big fan of thongs.(6) The figure in a modest black gown and lacy apron bowed her head demurely.(7) The top was lacy with spaghetti straps and the bottom was dark red satin.(8) I wore a soft yellow skirt, a black lacy shirt, and a pair of light green rubber galoshes with daisies on them.(9) It was a lacy , pink, frilly room complete with canopy bed and a window seat.(10) The actual wall of the gallery has been painted on one side with an old fashioned design roller, this gives it a yellow lacy feel to it.(11) Look out for Lepidium, a short herb with lacy spikes of pale pink flowers and rows of tiny oval seedpods.(12) I chose a short lacy dress that had a flare to the skirt section, so that hopefully this would distract from my tummy.(13) The foliage is lacy , and attractive even when the flowers are not in bloom.(14) Marietta shook her head, pulling her lacy shawl tighter around her shoulders.(15) There are several lacy , underwired and padded styles that look nothing like trainer bras.(16) Those frilly, lacy hearts of different shades of red, white and pink just didn't do it for me.
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