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- adj. Tainted with something, especially a drug.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lace.
- v. Especially of shoelaces, intertwined and neatly knotted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Fastened with a lace or laces; decorated with narrow strips or braid. See lace, v. t.
- adj. Decorated with the fabric lace.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. closed with a lace
- adj. edged or streaked with color
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'Suppose you have a little of what we call laced tea, my lord -- tea with a dash of brandy in it?' suggested Mr. Springwheat.
And by "enjoy" I mean "inject it into its bloodstream like black tar heroin laced with permanent orgasms."
Katy Perry kissed a girl, and Amy Winehouse captured the hearts of millions with her bluesy, heroin laced anthems; but we were behind the curve on both.
Considered a pest, it is being poisoned over large expanses of its range across the Tibetan plateau using grain laced with botulin poison? at a cost of US$925m since 2006.
Like the father who asked me all shocked at a BBQ this past labour day if I let my child eat sweets (imagine the horror and disdain laced in that sentence) because I had allowed Peanut to have some custard.
It was also a win laced with political significance, with Prime Minister Tony Blair getting the better of French President Jacques Chirac.
Aaron Rifkin laced an RBI double and scored a run for Trenton, which has lost eight of its last 11.
Norwich was one out away from victory before Trenton first baseman Aaron Rifkin laced a game-tying, two-out RBI double in the bottom of the ninth inning to force the game into extra innings.
Following a double from J.J. Davis and a walk to B.J. Barns, Martin laced a single to left field that scored pinch-runner Jayson Bass to win the game.
The tricky bit is chaplain, a word laced with Christian connotations.