from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In poultry - and pigeon-breeding, having the feathers laced or edged with buff: said of birds of which the color is a rich buff, each feather being distinctly laced with pale buff, as in the case of buff-laced Polish fowls, or of birds of which the color is pale buff, each feather being laced with dark buff.


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