lacy lacy  /ˈleɪ si/


  1. (adj) made of or resembling lace
  2. (adj) having open interstices or resembling a web



  1. The family held a second baby shower, and boyish clothing was replaced with lacy pink dresses and other feminine attire.
  2. My interview with him onstage at a Microsoft conference in March wasn't exactly soft and lacy.
  3. And she found it: a beautiful Monique Lhuillier design that was lacy and sophisticated and everything she had hoped for.


  1. Sales tax extension

    Lacy Longacre tallies results from the Bartlesville sales tax extension election during a watch party in downtown Bartlesville on Tuesday. Unofficial results show 76.37 percent of voters in the election voted for the seven-year tax extension proposition, while 23.63 percent voted against the proposition.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise

  2. Fashion Face-Off: Naomi Watts vs. Sophia Bush in Lacy Jumpsuits

    Disclaimer: Our research shows that Sophia Bush is in fact wearing two separate pieces (a peplum top and cropped pants), but her lacy Catherine Malandrino ensemble is still similar enough to Naomi...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: E! Online

  3. Local roundup: Sun sign Castro Marques, waive Lacy

    The Connecticut Sun announced Monday it has signed guard/forward Iziane Castro Marques and waived guard Natasha Lacy. A 10-year veteran, Marques spent the second half of last season with the Washington Mystics, averaging 3.1 points per game. The Sun also signed Sydney Carter as a replacement player under the emergency hardship clause after injuries to Renee Montgomery and Tan White. Lacy played ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Norwich Bulletin


  1. "Unfortunately, the hysterics surrounding John Mark Karr served only to distract Boulder officials from doing their job, which should be solving the murder of JonBenet Ramsey," Owens said in a statement. "Mary Lacy should be held accountable...
    on Aug 29, 2006 By: Bill Owens Source: CNN

  2. "I don't agree with the view that is being expressed by Mr De Lacy," Ms Gillard told reporters in Brisbane. "I've read the newspapers and the thing that matters is not what's in the pages of the daily newspapers, but a focus on making a...
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Julia Gillard Source: Business Spectator

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