Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lace.(verb)
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Use "laces" in a sentence
"They were brightly gowned, bedecked in laces and bows; their young faces were alight with mischief."
"I was thinking the other night, at 'the most magnificent ball of the season,' how much better I should like to see people making hay, than all these ladies in laces and/[Page 277]/diamonds, waltzing!"
"(I know very little about it, Ma'am; – I am not learned in laces – I never bought any –) I wish he would look this way – I wonder if Mrs. Evelyn does not mean to bring him to see me – she must remember; – now there is that curious old smile and looking down! how much better I know what it means than Mrs. Evelyn does!"