Definitions

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  • n. A lattice or latticelike structure; interlacing laths or strips of metal.

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Examples

  • As major indexes sank amid continued oil worries, Target's optimists bought and sold a lattice-work of contracts, building longer-dated positions that profit if shares rise through the summer months.

    Contrarian Bulls Aim at Target, Staples

  • These days the most creative minds in America don't gather in smoky cafes or moody underground galleries, but rather intersect, create and share within a subterranean lattice-work of online blogs, vlogs, studios and shops.

    Estelle Hayes: Alt Summit Shows Blogosphere as New Bohemia

  • Or climbed the lattice-work of the Williamsburg bridge to get a great view of...

    Explores The Secret Underbelly Of The City (VIDEO)

  • Or climbed the lattice-work of the Williamsburg bridge to get a great view of the city?

    Explores The Secret Underbelly Of The City (VIDEO)

  • As in a Japanese print, partly seen through the criss-crossed lattice-work of the pavilion

    The Canoeist's Luncheon. Renoir

  • Not only was generalism the origin of the word General, but it made absolute sense in a life-or-death battle situation to put in charge someone who could think about overall goals and purposes without getting bogged down in the lattice-work of supporting specialized thinking.

    Peter Samuelson: Leadership Is Not Just for Experts!

  • Form a lattice-work pattern overtop of the filling and crimp the edges with a fork to seal.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The Kumano Kodo trails make up a diffuse, lattice-work network that weaves through valleys, along river banks, up mountain ridges and through traditional communities.

    Japan's Old Roads

  • The spiders had woven a lattice-work of webs among the toppling eryngium and verbena, which were sagging under their own weight of seed, while the white Cleome "Helen Campbell" had elongated along their stems to form a city of spires to catch the last of the afternoon light.

    Summer podding

  • It's a large space, with an elegant warren of dining spaces out back, all slate floors and columns, lattice-work screens, knobbly bits of ancient Indian carved wood and the odd flash of colour.

    Restaurant review: Jali

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