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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.

lacy

mod. feminine; effeminate. The hotel lobby is a little lacy, but it’s clean.
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However, he said: "I believe that the record should be corrected and that Ludlow should have a share with Stanton Lacy in the honouring of a holder of the Victoria Cross.
In addition, Lacy is forming a new Fashionista club that will benefit a local charity.
Lacy, with wavy brown hair swept to one side and wearing a grey sweatshirt, then sat in silence for the remainder of the short hearing.
Four bullets were found, one in a sock drawer, on August 7 last year, when Lacy was on bail over the robbery allegation.
Mr Lacy served on several private and public company boards of directors over his career.
Lacy: I went to the Newseum (called the "must-see" attraction in Washington, D.C.
Lacy hasn't (https://twitter.com/LacyFaddoul) responded to Marcus' claims , although she still actively tweets about "The Bachelorette."
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Lacy didn t answer the bell for the 11th, and the referee stopped the fight.
Perry Lacy will remain with the business on a consultancy basis and Rob Lacy will remain a shareholder in the company, retaining a 6% stake worth about Elm.
Calzaghe said, 'I could not have written a better script, to fight the best fight of my life on the biggest night of my life, but there are other things to be done and Lacy is in the past now.
Now it looks as though promoter Gary Shaw has had enough and split with Lacy. What a difference one fight can make.
Jackson's chaplain, Beverley Tucker Lacy, chose the family cemetery at Ellwood as the final resting place for the amputated limb.
And, while taxpayer dollars make up a big chunk of the "Masters" production budget, when it comes to finding funding for the series, Lacy has demonstrated the financial savvy normally associated with a network bean counter.