Definition of "laced" []

  • A delicate decorative fabric made from cotton, silk, etc, woven in an open web of different symmetrical patterns and figures (noun)
  • A cord or string drawn through holes or eyelets or around hooks to fasten a shoe or garment (noun)
  • Ornamental braid often used on military uniforms, etc (noun)
  • A dash of spirits added to a beverage (noun)
  • To fasten (shoes, etc) with a lace (verb)
  • To draw (a cord or thread) through holes, eyes, etc, as when tying shoes (verb)
  • To compress the waist of (someone), as with a corset (verb)
  • To add a small amount of alcohol or drugs to (food or drink) (verb)
  • To streak or mark with lines or colours (verb)
  • To intertwine; interlace (verb)
  • To give a sound beating to (verb)
  • Tainted with something, especially a drug. (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Simple past tense and past participle of lace. (verb)
  • Especially of shoelaces, intertwined and neatly knotted. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "laced" in a sentence
  • "'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."