Definition of Lacily

1. in a lacy manner [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lacily

lachrymary
lachrymate
lachrymation
lachrymations
lachrymator
lachrymatories
lachrymators
lachrymatory
lachrymiform
lachrymose
lachrymosely
lachrymosities
lachrymosity
lacier
laciest
lacily (current term)
laciness
lacinesses
lacing
lacings
lacinia
laciniae
laciniae tubae
laciniate
laciniate ligament
laciniated
laciniation
laciniations
laciniolate
lacinula

Literary usage of Lacily

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1. English Cathedrals: Canterbury, Peterborough, Durham, Salisbury, Lichfield by Schuyler Van Rensselaer, Joseph Pennell (1892)
"... each is different from all the others in the pattern of its ornaments and its vault; all are so daintily, lacily minute that they seem to have been ..."

2. Handbook of English Cathedrals: Canterbury, Peterborough, Durham, Salisbury by Schuyler Van Rensselaer, Joseph Pennell (1893)
"... each is different from all the others in the pattern of its ornaments and its vault; all are so daintily, lacily minute that they seem to have been ..."

3. Alsace in Rust and Gold by Edith O'Shaughnessy (1920)
"As we dipped down into the valley of the Thur, the belfry of the church of Thann appeared, so mistily, lacily soft that its form and substance seemed but as ..."

4. Adventure Guide to the Alps by Krista Dana (2004)
"The Mole Antonelliana, above, the city's favorite landmark, climbs lacily toward the ski in the east. For a lovely view of the city, ride the elevator to ..."

5. The Dealings of God, Man, and the Devil: As Exemplified in the Life by Lorenzo Dow, Peggy Dow, John Dowling (1850)
"... as a sign of their compliance with the proposal ; which I observed they were bound by the principles of honor and ve- lacily to keep. 621. ..."

6. Thebes, and Other Poems by Charles S. Larned (1880)
"With a wreath of the lotus-bud was it framed, And it seemed to be lacily robed,— With fine orris alone was it robed, For I saw that its body was ..."

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