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Definition of "lacunae" [lacunae]

  • Plural form of lacuna. (noun)

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Use "lacunae" in a sentence
  • "Andrew Bacevich, the Boston University international affairs professor, called the lacunae between resources and strategy in Afghanistan “comparable” to the Vietnam strategy denounced by “a young John Kerry.”"
  • "Nonverbal cues and skewed messages all coalesce to produce what Johnson called lacunae in the superegos of the delinquent children, who appeared normal, appropriate, and law-abiding in specific areas of day-to-day living."
  • "The calcified matrix of bone consists of cavities known as lacunae that are connected via a network of canals known as canaliculi, which carries interstitial fluid through the skeletal system."