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Definition of "lacer" [lacer]

  • A person or thing who laces (noun)

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Use "lacer" in a sentence
  • "However, their fan base also includes "people we consider emulators, who think our boots are a cool fashion item," Force says, informing me that my preferred style is called the "lacer" and that Justin has been manufacturing it since the"
  • "In our experience a laced drinks argument is rarely successful without the lacer attending court to give evidence to confirm that the drinks were laced and it is usual for an expert biochemist to provide a report on behalf of the defence to confirm the mathematics of the defendant's argument. posted by Bystander | 7:25 PM"
  • "I wish I could bottle that Barefoot in the Park vibe with the straight-lacer and the flighty bird."