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lacy

1. Having, made of, resembling, or characterized by lace. I just bought a lacy little dress that I've been dying to wear! The house had these lacy, old-fashioned curtains in every room.
2. By extension, particularly feminine or effeminate in fashion or design. You can tell by how lacy every room is that Carol was the one who did the decorating in their house.
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lacy

mod. feminine; effeminate. The hotel lobby is a little lacy, but it’s clean.
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G offers "They carried sails to suit the tide," which, for reasons stated above, I would amend as "they trim their sails according to the breeze." The next verse, Les braiols funt lacier al mast (42), is inexplicably translated as "They had the sails reefed to the mast," which has consequences for the handling of the immediately following verse.
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Lastly, consider the familiar palindromic poem "August" by Emerson Drupe, the erstwhile self-proclaimed "Poet of the Poconos." Readers may recall that when Drupe, who at the time was an outspoken antipalindromist, was informed that "August" (which he had just published as a filler item in a local weekly) was itself a palindrome, his initial reaction had been one of disbelief, shock and horror; but that later, after the Readers' Digest had paid him $300 for the poem, it was noticed that he had changed his letterheads to read "The Palindromist of the Poconos." For any readers who may somehow not have encountered this chestnut before, here is "August": On Matsu, Guam, lacier islets-- Apropos a harem muse-- Rests a vast, sere summer.
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THE end of the war marks the freedom of lingerie which becomes lacier and racier.